Michael T. KlareWashington is withdrawing from the INF treaty not because of Russian violations but because the Pentagon wants to deploy a dangerous new class of its own nukes.
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John NicholsBe wary of a president who celebrates abuses of power abroad and who, at home, imagines that the Constitution “allows me to do whatever I want.”
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Stephen BushParliament has voted against every resolution to the Brexit saga, but Johnson has decided to forge ahead on his own.
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Joan WalshThe candidate who ran on being “brave” had the courage to see that she had no path to the nomination. Here’s hoping some of the men with similar poll numbers soon do the same.
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Teddy OstrowZ, the co-founder of BSA, talks with The Nation about building alternatives to capitalism.
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John NicholsDemocrats have a chance to win back a rural House seat in Wisconsin during an upcoming special election. But to prevail the party has to run hard and it has to run smart.
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Sophie HaigneyIn Savage Appetites, she sketches an unconventional history of some of the 21st century’s most notable and horrific crimes—through the eyes of women one the edges of these acts.
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Tim ShorrockTrade restrictions, an end to intelligence sharing, heated rhetoric—it’s all rooted in Japanese war crimes, papered over by a 1965 treaty in which Washington played a hidden hand.
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Katrina vanden HeuvelCorporate America is worried. And that alone is a reason to be optimistic.
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