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The conflict in Yemen is complex, but some things are clearer than you’d think.
A discussion of the Wellness craze, how science adapts to new information, and the human idea of the self.
Do you find yourself wishing your favorite leftist publication had more swordsmithing content? We have just the editor for you.
Stephanie Kelton, economics and public policy expert, talks the mythical and oft-misunderstood modern monetary theory with Nathan and Sparky.
Michael Moore and Nathan J. Robinson take a deep dive into Trump’s bizarre appeal and the reasons why the election outcome is impossible to predict.
The former Cigna executive on how corporations protect their profits by lying to Americans about single-payer healthcare.
Revisit this 2019 sitdown between Current Affairs editor-in-chief Nathan J. Robinson and founder and editor-at-large of Vox, Ezra Klein. Together, they debate (in a very friendly manner) the successes and failures of the Bernie Sanders campaign, incremental change versus radical change, and whether Nathan was justified in writing mean things about Vox in 2016.
The author of “Race for Profit” on how capitalism has restricted Black wealth accumulation.
In an interview originally recorded last year, Rhiana Gunn-Wright explores leftist policy, consensus-building, and when not to sweat the details.
The Minnesota representative and “Squad” member discusses her new memoir and her foreign policy values.
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