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The Weimarization of the American Republic

The Weimarization of the American Republic

America is not Weimar Germany. But there are troubling historical echoes in our politics today.

Aaron Sibarium
Solitude and Solidarity

Solitude and Solidarity

On loneliness and belonging in contemporary America.

Ian Marcus Corbin
Bookstack: Lindsay M. Chervinsky on the Origins of the Presidential Cabinet

Bookstack: Lindsay M. Chervinsky on the Origins of the Presidential Cabinet

Lindsay M. Chervinsky joins Bookstack host Richard Aldous to discuss her new book 'The Cabinet.'

Richard Aldous
Our Virtual Versailles

Our Virtual Versailles

Nearly 25 years on, a brilliant period masterpiece anticipates the viciousness and vapidity of the modern social media scene.

Nicole Penn
The Birth of a Dangerous New World

The Birth of a Dangerous New World

The next President will find it increasingly difficult to contain the spread of nuclear weapons in three key theaters.

Michael Mandelbaum
What Missile-driven Competition with China Will Look Like

What Missile-driven Competition with China Will Look Like

An era of mutually discriminate wars and more competitive diplomacy beckons. Here’s how it will unfold and how to start dealing with it.

Henry Sokolski
Never Trump and the Neoconservative Persuasion

Never Trump and the Neoconservative Persuasion

The key to the conservative revolt against Trumpism is its moral component.

Joshua Muravchik
The Pandemic Election and the Outlook for American Democracy

The Pandemic Election and the Outlook for American Democracy

Ultimately, democratic electorates get the governments they deserve.

Adam Garfinkle