An interview with Michael Walzer on The Struggle for a Decent Politics.
The Romanian writer Mircea Cărtărescu boasts a long, international-award-winning bibliography of poetry and prose. Yet in his fiction, he often speaks through narrators hostile to publication and recognition.
A discussion on the life and times of Whittaker Chambers, the Communist spy who became a conservative hero.
After more than half a century of dependence on Russian oil and gas, the war in Ukraine has forced German officials to reconsider their reliance on fossil fuels entirely.
If American leftists take seriously their commitment to self-rule and loathing of foreign aggression, they should shed their ambivalence about supporting Ukraine.
The Fall River Museum of Contemporary Art offers a place for working-class art without tokenizing or empty gestures of representation.
Timothy Shenk discusses Realigners—“a biography of American democracy told through its majorities, and the people who made them.”
The metaverse heralds an age in which hardly anyone still believes that tech firms can actually solve our problems.
In recent books, Adolph L. Reed Jr. and Imani Perry offer divergent explanations of Southern inequality.
An interview with Clara E. Mattei, the author of The Capital Order: How Economists Invented Austerity and Paved the Way to Fascism.
Minority rule is a major obstacle to ensuring abortion rights.
The so-called drag golden age is really a gilded age, where the runaway success of a few is made possible at the expense of the many.