Browse our archive of print issues below, back to our founding in 1975.
Marcia Angell leads a forum on how corporate dollars corrupt medical research and education; Adriane Fugh-Berman, David Korn, Emma D'Arcy, David Bollier, and others respond.
Tara McKelvey on Obama's goal of eliminating nuclear weapons, Luis Fernando Medina on Colombian democracy imperiled by violence, Evgeny Morozov discusses the relationship between digital storage and human memory; reviewing Charles Bernstein.
Eliot Spitzer leads a forum on government's proper role in the market; responses from Dean Baker, Robert Johnson, Sarah Binder, and others.
Can mobile phones can cause an economic miracle in Africa?; Colin Dayan on dead dogs, breed banning, and preemptive justice; Ned Block and Philip Kitcher on Darwin's secular critics; a poetry special including work by Jorie Graham, Adrienne Rich, and Carolyn Forché.
Nir Rosen leads a forum on U. S. strategy in Afghanistan; Andrew Bacevich, Helena Cobban, Andrew Exum, Aziz Hakimi, and others respond.
Tom Barry on the convergance of the immigrant crackdown, the war on drugs, for-profit prisons, and rural poverty in West Texas; Nir Rosen on Iraq's ugly peace; Tara McKelvey asks if religion is an obstacle to PTSD treatment in the military.
Noam Chomsky on failing neoliberal policies in the United States and the developing world; Andrew Gelman and John Sides take on the accepted wisdom on Obama’s victory, with responses from Rick Perlstein, Mark Schmitt, and Michael C. Dawson.
Paul Collier leads the forum on global poverty and intervention, with responses from Stephen D. Krasner, Nancy Birdsall, and William Easterly.
Claudio Lomnitz and Rafael Sánchez on anti-Semitism in Venezuela; Evgeny Morozov on the exaggerated fear of cyber-warfare; the deline of Israel's progressive movement; fiction from Jessica Treglia, winner of the 16th annual short story contest, and from Amy Waldman and Colin Dayan.
Joseph H. Carens leads a forum on immigration, with responses from T. Alexander Aleinikoff, Mae M. Ngai, and Douglas S. Massey.
Martha Nussbaum on Islamic liberalism under fire in India; John Bowen on “recognizing sharia” in England; Evgeny Morozov on whether the Internet spreads democracy; Catherine Tumber on green prospects for smaller cities.