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The Descent of America

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On October 27, 2018
In case you have any doubts that the right-wing War on Soros serves as a vector not only for anti-semitism, but for the importation of European right-wing tropes and tactics into the American system, you should read Aaron Wiener’s piece at Mother Jones about how your taxpayers dollars are being used to promote Soros-flavored anti-semitic […]
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Trump just announced that the United States will be exiting the Intermediate Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty, which Reagan and Gorbachev signed in 1987. The treaty was a key inflection point in the process that ended the Cold War, so it seems almost fitting that an administration captured by interwar conservative foreign-policy thinking would give it […]
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Yesterday, Tucker Carlson, in the process of attacking opponents of Brett “Yalie MacYaleface” Kavanaugh, had this to say: You can see in the protests by the way, these are not the children of the working class. These are not people who took time off from HVAC school to go protest or block traffic. These are […]
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In my recent Foreign Affairs article on progressive foreign policy, I wrote about seizing a middle ground between “liberal internationalists” and “anti-hegemonists.” I struggled a bit with what to call the further left, but I knew from the outset that I wasn’t going to label them “isolationists.” The term is a lot like “neoliberalism.” When the far […]
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