A Political and Literary Forum
States are stealing from orphans to pad their budgets. And it's legal.
The DOJ says it will stop using private prisons. The truth is more complicated.
For many EU citizens in the UK, the Brexit vote means the end of home as they know it.
Trump may have just been running off at the mouth, but policy experts agree he’s not entirely wrong about our dysfunctional relationship with NATO.
The ideas in the movement’s new manifesto would enrich our practice of democracy.
Robin D. G. Kelley
The U.S. turns a blind eye on the murder of environmentalist Berta Cáceres.
War is almost always a choice, a madness we go along with.
The resolution of a tantalizing hint of new physics discovered last year.
Many young children become obsessed with gender. How do we know which are trans?
Radical gay liberation laid the ground for the moderate legal gains of gay rights.
The Olympics have long tried to obscure the political nature of sport.
Robert L. Kehoe III
On the cruelties the South doles out to animals, children, and black folks.
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Andrew J. Bacevich, Rajan Menon
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