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Publisher’s Note

The Fate of Ukraine

While I am one of the critics who saw NATO expansion into former Soviet bloc countries as a dangerous provocation to Vladimir Putin, I’m stunned by his savagery, and by…

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Barbarism

“The barbarians of January 6 clearly had no idea what they wanted to achieve. It was a matter of fierce resentment boiling over—what philosopher Jacques Rancière calls ‘shared hating.’”

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“Le Monde” of Today

“How best to respond to the threat from the extreme right, given the sudden rise of Zemmour, whose level of support verges on 14 percent?” Read More

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Hypocrisy

“I’m sure a good number of people found that scene to be amusing and saw Biden’s little doze as an apt illustration of the President’s difficulties in achieving his aims.”…

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Biden Turns Trumpist on Tariffs

“How to explain the Democrats’ sudden switch from free-trade dogma to free-trade restrictions?” Read More

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Six Minutes of Silence

I would have preferred those few moments of silent reflection to be multiplied by ten, if only to encourage the political and media leadership to shut up and think about…

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Questions

“Would Henri Alleg’s La question have been published—would it have seen the light of day—without Jérôme Lindon’s moral fortitude?“ Read More

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The Fall of Baghdad

The United States must decide who gets left behind Read More

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Toe the Line

“I get impatient reading too many points of view that are similar to my own.” Read More

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Regarding Michael Pollan’s New Book This is Your Mind on Plants

Michael Pollan’s new collection of journalism, This is Your Mind on Plants, recounts for the first time publicly the story of his decision to leave out key passages of his…

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News You Can Use

“How did these clever policymakers in Congress—supported by hundreds of academic economists—achieve their ambitions?” Read More

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New Deal 2.0?

“Apparently, the assassin who killed Bernie Sanders’ presidential aspirations and his popular appeal for Medicare for All is now donning the clothing of a New Deal social democrat.”

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The French Fiasco

“How did the Trump Administration manage to succeed where France had failed so spectacularly? How can it be that 56 percent of American adults are now vaccinated against COVID-19 compared…

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In Memoriam: John Cullen

Remembering the humor, warmth, and precision of the talented linguist Read More

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The New McCarthyism

“Obviously, this is not to say that a New Stalinism is on the rise.” Read More

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The Reconciliation

“So what is to be done about our 74 million fellow citizens who voted for a crook, and about the boisterous minority among them who would be willing to follow…

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Publishing John le Carré

“When I traveled from Paris to Prague in 1983, I deliberately took the train because I wanted to pass through the Iron Curtain overland, to feel the fear of being…

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The Former Regime

“The sordid self-interest that warps the public sphere in the United States didn’t begin with Trump in the White House.” Read More

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The Referendum

Such fervent admiration for a man who openly traffics in swindles and lies—where did it come from? Read More

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The Real Danger

Democracy by distance? Read More

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The Authentic Left

“The reputation of the Times as a left-wing newspaper has led it to make some absurd efforts in justifying its new status as a progressive beacon. . . .”

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Digital Blinders

“Why wait to read reports that appeared on the website of France’s leading daily the previous day?” Read More

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Holy Writ

“Surprised by the assignment, I replied that I usually investigated a story before I arrived at a conclusion.” Read More

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Shadow of a Doubt

Will the candidate with the best chance to beat Trump be on the ballot at the polls in November? Good heavens! It seems that there are some doubts.

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The Maginot Line

“People living in Canada or Britain are lucky in that they aren’t stuck in a one-sided political system whose starting point is the celebration of the “entrepreneur” and his victories…

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The Sanders Virus

“What’s almost never discussed by the ‘experts’ on television is the political parties’ real raison d’être and their obsession with maintaining their grip on power and with unabashed cronyism.”

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The “Affair”

“I was immediately struck by the fundamental difference between the ‘seventh art’ and literature.”

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On Book Events

Harper’s Magazine holds live events in New York City that are tied to newly published books. The former location, Book Culture on Columbus, which our publisher co-owned, has closed. However, these…

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