After Six Decades, Turkey Is Now a U.S. Ally in Name Only
President Trump’s Oval Office meeting with the Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, was another foreign-policy flop. But this time it wasn’t only Trump’s fault. By Robin Wright November 14, 2019
Trump Launches “Game of Thrones” Showdown with Iran
As the U.S. imposes new sanctions on Iran’s oil industry, the leaders of the two countries are fighting a meme war on social media. By Robin Wright November 5, 2018
In Tijuana, One Man’s Story Shows the Gratuitous Cruelty of Trump’s Deportation Policy
Adrian Bernal Rodriguez lived for years in San Diego. Now he finds himself on the other side of the border, living in a shelter and recovering from a pair of broken ankles. By Masha Gessen July 12, 2018
An Israeli Aid Worker’s Clandestine Effort to Help Syrian Refugees
Following a regime-led offensive in southwest Syria, thousands of refugees face hunger and exposure to the brutal summer heat. By Bernard Avishai July 12, 2018
Is Yemen’s Man-Made Famine the Future of War?
A trip to Yemen revealed that there is no shortage of food, but the U.S.-backed military intervention has put millions at risk of starvation. By Jane Ferguson July 11, 2018
Sunday Reading: Democracy
Pieces that offer a picture of where American democracy came from, and where it may be going. By The New Yorker July 1, 2018
The Growing Dangers of the New Nuclear-Arms Race
The Trump Administration’s push for more nuclear weapons is part of a perilous global drive to miniaturize and modernize devices that already promise annihilation. By Eric Schlosser May 24, 2018
Will Europe Really Stand Up to Donald Trump on Iran?
For the first time in living memory, America’s European allies have collectively broken with Washington on a major security issue. Or so it seems. By John Cassidy May 10, 2018
After Ten Years, a Journalist Who Fled Mexico Faces Deportation
A former chronicler of the drug war in northern Mexico confronts forced repatriation a decade after fleeing his home country with his son. By Steve Coll May 3, 2018
Inside the Campaign to Register Mexicans in the U.S. to Vote—in Mexico
July’s Presidential election will mark the first time that Mexico permits its expatriate citizens to register to vote without returning to the country. By Jonathan Blitzer April 12, 2018 Sections News & Politics Culture Business, Science & Tech Humor Cartoons Books & Fiction Magazine Photography Video Podcasts More Newsletters About Careers Contact FAQ Media Kit Press Accessibility Help
© 2020 Condé Nast. All rights reserved. Use of and/or registration on any portion of this site constitutes acceptance of our
(updated 1/1/20) and
Your California Privacy Rights
Do Not Sell My Personal Information.
The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast.
The New Yorker
may earn a portion of sales from products and services that are purchased through links on our site as part of our affiliate partnerships with retailers.
Ad Choices Our sites Allure Ars Technica Backchannel Bon Appétit Condé Nast Traveler Epicurious Glamour Golf Digest Golf World GQ GQ Style Pitchfork Self Style Teen Vogue The New Yorker The Scene Vanity Fair Vogue W Wired