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Media news and analysis from The Nation
Today 3:19 pm
Russia Endorses Putin as a Trusted Leader While Washington and London Condemn Him (Again)
Some reflections on the Russian presidential election and on the Sergei Skripal case.
Stephen F. Cohen
Today 10:54 am
Don’t Delete Facebook, Regulate It
It should be treated like any other vital utility.
Yesterday 6:00 am
Letters From the April 16, 2018, Issue
Beyond #MeToo… A place to be… After Parkland… A Scandal [Web Only]
March 20, 2018
‘The New York Times’ Has a War-Coverage Problem
Why doesn’t the newspaper connect the dots in the “Global War on Terror”?
Andrew J. Bacevich
March 18, 2018
Bernie Sanders Wants to Tell the Story That Corporate Media Fail to Tell
Frustrated with the media’s neglect of economic issues that matter to the working class, the senator tells
how he’ll use live-streaming to force the issue.
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March 14, 2018
Why Is the Op-Ed Page of ‘The New York Times’ Obsessed With College Kids?
The “newspaper of record” should expect more from its conservative hires.
March 13, 2018
Don’t Be Fooled by Trump’s Tariffs. He’s Running a Con.
Neither Democrats nor the media should get distracted by the show; instead, they should expose the harsh reality behind the curtain.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
March 12, 2018
The New York Times’ ‘Edit’ Draws 20,000 Applicants
The Edit is a cost-effective way to bring a subscriber-boosting perspective to the paper, but what about the young journalists whose work it uses?
March 8, 2018
Let’s Get Real About Russiagate
Some on the left are still waving away the inconvenient facts that don’t fit with their politics.
March 7, 2018
How Washington Provoked—and Perhaps Lost—a New Nuclear-Arms Race
Putin declares that the long US attempt to gain nuclear superiority over Russia has failed and hopes Washington will “listen now.”
Stephen F. Cohen