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Today 11:50 am
‘The Nation’ Launches Two New Columns Confronting Challenges Within and Outside Our Borders
Leading progressive writer Robert L. Borosage and veteran foreign-affairs correspondent Patrick Lawrence evaluate policy and politics beyond the election.
Today 10:50 am
The Russian Blitzkrieg on Aleppo Is a Direct Challenge to Washington
The Syrian ceasefire was already in tatters. But the new offensive is also early preparation for a hawkish Clinton presidency.
Today 10:40 am
Don’t Ever Say Michelle Obama Didn’t Warn You About Trump
“If a candidate traffics in prejudice,” she says, “that is the kind of president they will be.”
Today 10:00 am
The 14-Minute ‘60 Minutes’ Infomercial for Cold War
The viewer is left with the impression that the rising threat of a nuclear war is an entirely Russian problem.
Adam H. Johnson
Today 9:22 am
Letters From the October 17, 2016, Issue
The cruelest prosecutor… Nothing ailed us!… Samantha Schuyler replies… Fashion/police… When journalism matters… Between our readers…
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Yesterday 1:41 pm
Shimon Peres and the Zionist Nightmare
The former Israeli president was the very tragic hero of a not-funny comedy.
Yesterday 10:30 am
More Squandered Opportunities to Deal With the New Cold War
The enemies of détente with Russia sabotaged Obama’s proposed alliance with Russia in Syria while the American presidential debate ignored all the perilous issues inherent in the Cold War.
Stephen F. Cohen
September 27, 2016
Why America’s Military Isn’t Even Close to Being the Greatest in the World
US military strategy should go beyond “killing people and breaking things”—but it doesn’t.
September 27, 2016
If Sweden and Denmark Are So Progressive, Why Did They Close Their Doors to Refugees?
As the migration crisis drags on, even the most tolerant countries in Europe are embracing anti-immigrant politics.
September 26, 2016
After Years of Stoking Colombia’s Civil War, Washington Is Now Trying to Hijack the Peace Deal
The US-funded Plan Colombia imposed catastrophic violence on the country, resulting in a mountain of corpses and millions of displaced civilians.