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?

Tom Engelhardt

AIPAC vs. Democracy

AIPAC has endorsed 109 January 6 insurrectionists. The organization clearly doesn’t care if candidates don’t care about fair elections.

Ruth Messinger and Mik Moore

To Move Back From the Brink, Restart Nuclear Talks

It is high time that the US pursued disarmament diplomacy. 

Daryl G. Kimball

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Residents of Jean-Rabel sit on sacks of food from the World Food Program.

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.

Amy Wilentz
Taiwan Strait Helicopter

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
Blinken speaks on stage

Washington Is Gung-Ho for a New Cold War. But That’s a Bad Old Idea.

It should focus on our security at home instead.

Katrina vanden Heuvel

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Michigan congressman Andy Levin departs the Capitol on July 21, 2022.

Why Can’t AIPAC Defend Israel?

When it comes to the lobby’s massive spending in Democratic primaries, Zionism has become the cause that dare not speak its name.

Yousef Munayyer
Brazil’s then-President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva sits holding his glasses while he talks with his Foreign Affairs Minister Celso Amorim

Lula's Comeback Campaign: The Stakes for Brazil—and Democracy

In an exclusive interview with The Nation, Celso Amorim, who served as both foreign minister and defense minister, explains why much more than a resurgent Pink Tide is riding on the results.

Pablo Calvi
Public Pension Funds—the Next Battleground for Human Rights

Public Pension Funds—the Next Battleground for Human Rights

As the fight in Oregon to divest from the Israeli manufacturer of Pegasus spyware shows, pension funds can use tools like proxy votes and responsible contractor policies to hold private equity firms accountable.

Sravya Tadepalli




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