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Today 5:00 am
Giorgia Meloni’s Plan for Italy
The far-right leader is not poised to become a dictator but something more insidious.
Yesterday 9:51 am
Keir Starmer Might Win Power—but Can He Do Anything With It?
The British Labour Party leader is sounding more like a prime minister, but will he be up for the hard fights ahead?
Yesterday 5:00 am
Queen Elizabeth Was No Mere Symbol
But after her death, fury erupted at those who refused to whitewash her legacy.
September 28, 2022
Sanders, Raskin Want Congress to Get Serious About Averting a Coup in Brazil
Brazil’s “Tropical Trump” says “only God will remove me” if he loses Sunday.
September 27, 2022
The War in Ukraine Is at a Decisive Turning Point
Can nuclear escalation be averted?
Michael T. Klare
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September 27, 2022
Letters: Shinzo Abe’s Legacy
Readers offer further insights on the former Japanese prime minister’s vexed relationship with history.
September 26, 2022
The “Rechazo”—Why Chileans Rejected a New Constitution
An insider’s account by a member of the Chilean Constitutional Convention.
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 20, 2022
“To Hell With Kings!” What Happened to American Skepticism About Monarchy?
Tom Paine warned that enthusiasm for monarchy led to enthusiasm for aristocracy and oligarchy, while FDR denounced “economic royalists.”
September 16, 2022
The Russian Military’s Ineptitude Almost Rivals Our Own
Putin’s plunge into Ukraine confirms that he learned nothing from the folly of post-9/11 US military policy.
Andrew J. Bacevich