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September 23, 2021
Congress’s Climate Bill Is a Major Story. Journalists Are Missing the Most Important Part.
If the US doesn’t get this right before November’s climate summit, it’ll severely limit the country’s power to influence global climate action.
August 24, 2021
Letters From the September 6/13, 2021, Issue
August 18, 2021
There Goes the Neighborhood: Pakistan Is Uneasy Over the Taliban’s Return
Despite their differing responses to the Taliban victory, Pakistanis are united in believing they are not to blame.
August 12, 2021
Coverage of the “Code Red” Climate Report Was Good. Here’s How to Sustain It.
From now to COP26 in November journalists should focus especially on climate justice and climate solutions—and we should play the story so much bigger.
August 9, 2021
“This Was Avoidable,” Climate Activists Say About Grim New Science
The United Nations’ latest climate report says capping global temperature rise at 1.5° C is imperative—and still within reach through immediate, aggressive action.
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May 7, 2021
Is the Shine Starting to Come Off Bill Gates’s Halo?
The billionaire’s role in perpetuating vaccine apartheid in the name of protecting intellectual property rights has begun to draw criticism.
May 5, 2021
Yes, Israel Is Obviously an Apartheid State
The Human Rights Watch report is a valuable, sober, and deliberately uninflammatory piece of scholarship—which won’t make a damn bit of difference.
February 10, 2021
The Suffering Underclass of War-Torn Yemen
“I feel the pain of my homeland as they do,” he said. “There’s no difference between us and them. Our only difference is the color of our skin.”
January 5, 2021
Biden Must Do More Than Rejoin the Iran Nuke Deal
We need a decisive break from the previous century of US policy toward Iran, which has been based on domination.
December 25, 2020
To Restore American Leadership, the Biden Administration Should Focus on Global Hunger
Without intervention, world hunger will reach “biblical proportions” in 2021.
Rep. Jim McGovern