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Energy news and analysis from The Nation
January 30, 2023
Nuclear Fusion Isn’t the Silver Bullet We Want It to Be
It’s not about creating future clean energy and never has been. It’s about “protecting” the world’s greatest capitalist superpower.
January 25, 2023
The Department of Defense Has Delivered Another Massive Intelligence Failure
Chinese emissions represent at least as great a threat to US security as the multitude of weapons enumerated in the Pentagon’s 2022 report—so why was it not addressed?
Michael T. Klare
January 11, 2023
Argentina’s World Cup Hangover
After its thrilling victory on the world stage, the nation of Maradona and Messi gazes into the political abyss.
January 10, 2023
Letters From the January 23/30, 2023, Issue
A bridge too far… Above the law…
January 9, 2023
Global Warming Is the Front-Page Story of Our Lifetime
So why isn’t it treated that way?
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January 6, 2023
How Students Fought for Democracy in 2022
Recent StudentNation coverage highlights the issues weighing on young people—and how they are organizing to fight back.
December 21, 2022
Conservative Jews Made a Terrible Bargain With Trump and the Right Over Israel
American Jewish leaders have spent so long genuflecting before the Christian right that even the most blatant anti-Semitism finds them unable to stand up or speak out.
December 19, 2022
Against Climate Optimism—Because “Team Normal” Won’t Save the World
Some of us refuse to go along with a mainstream climate movement that settles for genocide.
December 8, 2022
The Qatar World Cup Ushers in a New Era of Digital Authoritarianism in Sports
With drones, video cameras, facial recognition software, and undercover police, the tournament may be the most-surveilled sporting event ever.
November 29, 2022
Without the US and China’s Cooperation, Climate Catastrophe Is Inevitable
What if the two countries moved beyond simply talking and started working together to champion the radical lowering of global carbon emissions?
Michael T. Klare