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Ukraine news and analysis from The Nation
December 6, 2022
The West’s Broken Approach to Refugees
The persecution of non-white refugees seems to be on the rise not just in countries with far-right governments, but also in those known for their liberality.
November 16, 2022
The “International Community” Is an Ineffectual Fantasy
World leaders invoke it. We’re lead to believe it will act on our behalf. Does it even exist?
November 8, 2022
How to Survive Our Apocalyptic Future
This world, however finite with its increasingly overwhelming problems, is still precious to me and worth a good fight. I can’t turn away from tomorrow.
November 3, 2022
In the World’s Obituary, Who Will Have the Last Word?
Give humanity credit. When it comes to our urge to destroy, we seem to see no limits, not even those of our own existence.
October 31, 2022
Russia Hating: A Study of the News—and Views—We Find Fit to Print
Journalists and professors who have called Russia a fascist country are playing a poisonous game.
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October 21, 2022
Nationwide Protest of Putin’s War, and Exodus From Putin’s Russia
Russian history reminds that every major military defeat has led to the beginning of serious reforms or revolution.
October 21, 2022
What We Should Have Learned From the War on Terror
And what it can teach us about the future of the crisis in Ukraine.
Karen J. Greenberg
October 19, 2022
What Do We Do in a Rapidly Heating World?
geopolitics are only getting hotter—both urgent existential threats.
October 18, 2022
Now Is Not the Time to Playact Nuclear War
NATO and Russia are both choosing this fraught moment to hold nuclear exercises.
October 11, 2022
The Cuban Missile Crisis Was 60 Years Ago, but It’s Urgently Relevant Today
That pivotal moment proves that de-escalation and diplomacy can prevail.
Katrina vanden Heuvel