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How Economic Sanctions Shaped Today’s Global Powers
A conversation with Nicholas Mulder on the evolution and history of sanctions, his new book
The Economic Weapon
, and the role sanctions play after Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
May 12, 2022
Meet the Head of Biden’s New “Disinformation Governing Board”
Nina Jankowicz is a veteran information warrior. But her “experience” working with StopFake should have set off alarm bells.
May 3, 2022
Letters From the May 16/23, 2022, Issue
War in Ukraine… The other existential threat… Ellen Willis on desire… Suffrage and struggle (
April 28, 2022
Why So Many Ukrainians Are Returning Home
Many Ukrainian men leave little behind when they head back.
April 28, 2022
The Ukraine Conflict Is Not About American Freedom
Washington elites are ignoring history when they try to spin this war to restore faith in US leadership.
Andrew J. Bacevich
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April 27, 2022
Aleksandar Hemon on What’s Different About the War in Ukraine
A conversation with the author about nationalism, displacement, and the importance of dancing.
April 21, 2022
Against World War III
Is a long, bloody war between Russia and Ukraine really in our national interest?
April 20, 2022
Ukraine’s Nuclear Flashpoints
How to avoid Armageddon in the new nuclear era.
Michael T. Klare
April 19, 2022
The American Media’s Approach to War Coverage Needs to Be Fundamentally Reimagined
We need more reporting on forgotten conflicts—and more stories that spotlight how war ravages people and leads to atrocities.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
April 15, 2022
Should NATO Exist?
David Klion argues that NATO’s function now is to contain a war, while Chase Madar writes that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine shows that the US’s European allies are capable of defending themselves.