Ishaan Tharoor has a good read on the every-growing connections – ideological and political – between the U.S. and European illiberal right. But this deepening engagement extends well beyond Hunga
Speaking of perhaps the most mendacious living recipient of a Pulitzer Prize, it appears no one at LGM has blogged about his most recent self-immolation. It blazed brighter than a thousand suns. It be
The headline at Political Wire read “More Would Blame Democrats for Debt Default.” A number of thoughts ran through my head, including wow, the Democrats are still losing the messaging war
How could we keep you waiting with bated breath? Part II is now up. Get your Part I here.
Scott’s post about the so-called “Afghanistan Papers” provides a good excuse to remind everyone that the recriminations, deflections, and finger-pointing are just getting started. It
The Taliban have apparently now entered Kabul. We can hope for the best, but it seems more likely than not that we are looking at a humanitarian crisis across multiple dimensions: atrocities committed
Apropos of Scott’s previous post, the Brussels Sprouts podcast has a very good rundown with Dan Kelemen and Zselyke Csaky. You should give it a listen.
I’m sure many of you have seen this by now, but on Thursday night the Washington Post reported on a leaked CDC document. It paints an even more dire picture than the newly updated guidelines imp