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World Leaders news and analysis from The Nation
June 3, 2022
The Dangers of Biden’s Lesser-Evilism in India
Building an anti-China coalition, the president turns a blind eye to Narendra Modi’s increasingly authoritarian rule.
May 31, 2022
The Biden Administration’s Kayfabe Cold War With China
Though the president’s “pivot to Asia” amounts to little more than saber-rattling, the risks remain very real.
May 30, 2022
President Biden’s Trip to Asia
Dividing the world into rival blocs, the Cold War way.
Michael T. Klare
May 27, 2022
Here in Poland, “Going Green” Means Burning Even More Coal
With parents and children struggling to breathe, climate activism is a matter of life and death.
May 26, 2022
The War on My Homeland Offers a Real Chance to Save the Planet
How stopping Putin’s fossil-fueled war in Ukraine could accelerate a green transition.
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May 24, 2022
We Need a Real Debate About the Ukraine War
Those who provide history and context around the conflict should not be silenced or smeared.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
May 24, 2022
Sun, Sand, Surf, Sea—and Russian Rockets: Wartime in Odesa
Ukraine’s historic Black Sea resort turns to the war effort.
May 23, 2022
Hungarian Rhapsody: The Right Dreams of an “American Orbánism”
Whether it’s a new variation of “the socialism of fools” or the same old fascist shell game, the Hungarian leader’s illiberal democracy has the American right under its spell.
May 20, 2022
George W. Bush Stumbles Into a Moment of Truth
The former president’s gaffe reminds us that his launching of a criminal war still demands justice.
May 16, 2022
How the War Came to Kalynivka
These refugees from Luhansk thought they were leaving the carnage behind. Instead, it followed them west, making the path to recovery long and uncertain.