Navalny’s Long-Running Battle with Putin Enters a New Phase
The jailed opposition leader is creating a model of guerrilla political warfare for the digital age.
By Joshua YaffaJanuary 24, 2021
Trump’s Legacy in Israel
Donald Trump’s alignment with Benjamin Netanyahu has been so total that, ahead of the U.S. Presidential election, sixty-three per cent of Israelis supported him over Joe Biden.
By Ruth MargalitJanuary 12, 2021
January 18, 2021 Issue
Mob Rule in the Capitol
Five years after the Trump era began, a physical assault on America’s basic symbols of democracy feels both shocking and inevitable.
By Evan OsnosJanuary 6, 2021
The Life and COVID Death of a Revered Siberian Doctor
In a chaotic and overwhelmed hospital, a physician received the kind of indifferent medical care he spent his life trying to overcome.
By Joshua YaffaDecember 8, 2020
The Kremlin Prepares for a Biden Presidency
Even in Moscow, there is accumulated disappointment and fatigue with Trump and all that his Presidency failed to deliver.
By Joshua YaffaNovember 13, 2020
Outside the White House, the Site of Anti-Trump Protests Hosts a Celebration
Five months ago, protesters in Lafayette Square were tear-gassed to make way for a Presidential photo op. On Saturday, after Joe Biden’s victory was announced, the streets around the square were the scene of a party.
By Eric LachNovember 8, 2020
Maine’s Referendum on Susan Collins’s Reputation
The senator’s recent record has felt, to many, like a failure to meet the moment.
By Emily WittOctober 15, 2020
All That Could Burn
Life as a Californian during the 2020 fire season.
By Dave EggersOctober 11, 2020
Despite a National Outcry, Activists in Louisville Fight the Breonna Taylor Decision Alone
The movement’s success at publicizing Taylor’s cause on the Internet has not shielded the beleaguered activists on the ground in Louisville from physical and legal risk.
By Emily WittSeptember 29, 2020
The Clear Night Sky Over India and China’s Hostile Border
In a region torn by conflict, what’s overhead offers hope for the future.
By Raghu Karnad and Anmol TikooSeptember 19, 2020
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