Europe

Dr. Hilary Cass in London

What the Cass Review Means for Trans Kids in Britain—and Beyond What the Cass Review Means for Trans Kids in Britain—and Beyond

A new review of gender-affirming healthcare in England could change the way gender-questioning children and young everywhere people receive care.

Apr 19, 2024 / Natasha Hakimi Zapata

Partially melting glaciers

Can Russian-US Scientific Cooperation Be Restored as Arctic Warming and the Ukraine War Intensify? Can Russian-US Scientific Cooperation Be Restored as Arctic Warming and the Ukraine War Intensify?

US and Russia have a long history of polar science cooperation.

Apr 16, 2024 / Pavel Devyatkin

Transatlantic Tragedy: “Grenfell” Moves from Britain’s National Theatre to a Brooklyn Stage

Transatlantic Tragedy: “Grenfell” Moves from Britain’s National Theatre to a Brooklyn Stage Transatlantic Tragedy: “Grenfell” Moves from Britain’s National Theatre to a Brooklyn Stage

An interview with Gillian Slovo, whose new play about the survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire in London just opened in New York.

Apr 12, 2024 / Feature / D.D. Guttenplan

man holds a sign that says 1.5

The EU’s Secret to Slashing Emissions The EU’s Secret to Slashing Emissions

Europe proves that putting a price on carbon can dramatically transform fossil fuel–based economies.

Apr 10, 2024 / Paul Hockenos

Does the AKP’s Resounding Defeat Spell the End of Erdoğan?

Does the AKP’s Resounding Defeat Spell the End of Erdoğan? Does the AKP’s Resounding Defeat Spell the End of Erdoğan?

Social democrats prevailed in local elections in Istanbul, and as Erdoğan himself says, “Whoever wins Istanbul wins Turkey.”

Apr 8, 2024 / Kaya Genç

Can France’s Left Build a People’s Union?

Can France’s Left Build a People’s Union? Can France’s Left Build a People’s Union?

Mathilde Panot, the president of La France Insoumise, discusses how to beat back the Macronists and the far right in France.

Mar 29, 2024 / Q&A / Jonah Birch

Commemoration in Novosibirsk for victims of Moscow concert hall attack

The Moscow Terror Attack The Moscow Terror Attack

Coming just days after Putin’s orchestrated election, will it endanger his legacy—and his future?

Mar 25, 2024 / Editorial / Katrina vanden Heuvel for The Nation

The husk of the Hotel Odessa can be seen in the port city in the morning. Russian cruise missiles hit the hotel on September 25, 2023.

Dispatch From Odessa: Ukrainians Have No Plan B Dispatch From Odessa: Ukrainians Have No Plan B

Everyone in Odessa seems to think that Ukraine is on its way to total victory. What if that’s not possible?

Mar 21, 2024 / Paul Hockenos

An American flag above the Washington Monument is seen split nearly in two in June 2018.

The Looming Imperial Crisis That Could Topple American Hegemony The Looming Imperial Crisis That Could Topple American Hegemony

Washington now finds itself facing three complex global crises, each demanding its undivided attention.

Mar 15, 2024 / Alfred McCoy

President Joe Biden delivers the State of the Union address during a joint meeting of Congress on March 7, 2024, in Washington, D.C.

Let the Presidential Election Mudslinging Begin! Let the Presidential Election Mudslinging Begin!

Trashing Donald Trump can’t be Joe Biden’s whole reelection message. But it’s a good start.

Mar 8, 2024 / Jeet Heer

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