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North America news and analysis from The Nation
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.
August 31, 2022
A great reformer in his country’s tormented history.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
August 22, 2022
How Worldwide Famine Would Follow Even a “Limited” Nuclear War
A landmark study demands attention.
August 19, 2022
Puerto Rico Has a Big-Pharma Problem
The US territory gives pharmaceutical companies big tax breaks that could otherwise be invested in its communities, where the revenue is deeply needed.
Julio López Varona
August 17, 2022
What the Military’s Recruitment Crisis Means for America
The human frailties that hinder enlistment are symptoms of something more sinister than a military lacking bodies.
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August 15, 2022
The Twilight Years of American Hegemony
What could better fit an America in decline than a president in decline, the more radically so the better?
August 12, 2022
AIPAC vs. Democracy
AIPAC has endorsed 109 January 6 insurrectionists. The organization clearly doesn’t care if candidates don’t care about fair elections.
August 11, 2022
To Move Back From the Brink, Restart Nuclear Talks
It is high time that the US pursued disarmament diplomacy.
Daryl G. Kimball
August 10, 2022
The OAS Admits Culpability in the Destruction of Haiti
The tragedy is that given the condition in which international rule has left the country, Haiti simply cannot solve its problems alone.
August 10, 2022
Pelosi’s Taiwan Visit Launched a New Era of Military Competition With China
The House speaker created a new chasm in the US-China relationship. Now Biden must make sure it doesn’t lead to war.
Michael T. Klare