Andrew Bacevich and Samuel Moyn each seek a reckoning on how the United States uses its military abroad.
Politics & Society
The infiltration of online parenting spaces began as a slow burn. During the pandemic, it’s picked up speed.
It’s not just about an overall partisan advantage.
Unmasking and slaying our Promethean desire for mastery
How could a Buddhist country have one of the worst human rights records in the world?
Maia Szalavitz tells the story of a strategy that replaces criminalization with empathy.
As the Soviet Union crumbled, the West sent French fries.
We seem to want public figures with inconsequential beliefs.
“We turn to Thurman, Bonhoeffer, Day, Heschel, and Niebuhr because they never let us forget the important questions.”
Perhaps for the same reasons people are today.
What happens when one country believes it has the right to send troops into another country, impose its will, and abuse the rule of law?
When did comfort become our highest aspiration?
The Nigerian-born activist grew up in Maine playing with the dirt—and experiencing environmental racism.
If his book were a trial, the verdict would be clear: guilty.
Our dependence on fossil fuels is filling Vladimir Putin’s war chest.