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Accidents and Disasters
Accidents and Disasters news and analysis from The Nation
October 19, 2022
What Do We Do in a Rapidly Heating World?
geopolitics are only getting hotter—both urgent existential threats.
October 13, 2022
Could the Fight Over Taiwan Trigger Nuclear War?
Ukraine isn’t the only place on the planet where a nuclear conflagration could erupt in the near future.
Michael T. Klare
October 11, 2022
Embarrassed by Military Failures, Putin Takes Revenge on Ukraine’s Civilians
Report from a city under attack.
October 6, 2022
British Prime Minister Liz Truss Is No Margaret Thatcher
The Tory leader’s pledge to deliver neoliberal “shock therapy” brought her own party conference to the brink of open revolt.
October 5, 2022
Dispatch from Ukraine: The Postmaster of Mykolaiv
Neither rain nor snow—nor Russian artillery—deter Egor Kosorukov from making sure the mail gets through.
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September 28, 2022
We Like the Idea of Asylum Seekers, but Not the Real Thing
The 12-foot-tall puppet of a Syrian refugee has been welcomed in New York and around the world. Real refugees? Not so much.
September 22, 2022
Fascists, Neofascists, and Postfascists: Italy’s Unreal Election Debate
With most Italians exhausted by the status quo, the far right is likely to be the biggest winner in Sunday’s elections.
September 14, 2022
Haiti Is On Fire Again, and Again the US Does Nothing to Help
Untroubled by the ballot, hugely unpopular, useless, negligent, and ruling without anything that could qualify as a functioning legislature, the country’s de facto prime minister, Ariel Henry, clings to power with Washington’s staunch support.
September 14, 2022
King Charles III May Keep His Head—His Kingdom Is Another Story
The monarchy needs deaths and weddings for its cyclical renewal. But they called last orders on the United Kingdom some time ago.
September 13, 2022
With Queen Elizabeth Gone, Monarchy’s Magic May Be Fading
If the Crown is the lid on Britain’s pressure cooker, it is now less firmly placed on a more combustible pot.