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Today 5:31 pm
Bernie Sanders Just Gave One of the Finest Speeches of His Career
Outlining a vision of an America on the side of peace and justice, the senator shredded Trump’s brutish foreign policies.
Today 3:31 pm
Trump Has Given Russia Hawks Little to Complain About
Appointment hearings for Jon M. Huntsman and A. Wes Mitchell were wholly in line with the beltway consensus on Russia.
Today 2:16 pm
Bernie Sanders Just Gave the Progressive Foreign-Policy Speech We’ve Been Waiting For
The senator powerfully linked domestic and foreign policy in the context of massive global inequality.
Today 2:05 pm
Cambodia’s Crackdown: What Happens When an Autocrat Shutters a Newspaper
As Cambodia turns its back on the West, Hun Sen shuts down
The Cambodia Daily
Today 1:24 pm
It’s 2025. The Temperature Is 112 Degrees. We Bombed 15 Countries Last Year.
It might seem crazy—but so did the election of Donald J. Trump.
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Today 6:00 am
Trump’s Campaign Chief Paul Manafort Faces Indictment
Bob Dreyfuss, plus Sarah Leonard on Hillary’s book and Todd Gitlin on Ken Burns’s Vietnam.
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Yesterday 4:42 pm
The Death of a Syrian Media Activist
Khaled al Zubi and his brother Osama could have fled to Jordan, but they chose to face threats and hardship so they could report on the war.
Yesterday 4:42 pm
Report From Dera’a, Cradle of the Syrian Revolution
Perhaps because the struggle began here, its spirit has been preserved in its purest form in the south, with a free press and thriving civil society.
Khaled al Zubi
Yesterday 3:52 pm
The Silence of the Doves
Why is there no mainstream opposition to the new Cold War?
Stephen F. Cohen
Yesterday 12:40 pm
German Chancellor Angela Merkel Appears Set to Win a 4th Term—but at What Cost?
The anchor of the eurozone looks like an island of centrist calm amid turbulent populist waters. But an existential crisis may be looming.