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Natasha Bertrand has more on the fears of NATO allies about the upcoming summit and the Trump-Putin hobnob. After discussing Trump’s latest tweet asserting that Russia did not interfere in the 2016 election—because Putin told him so—she points out that: The timing of the president’s tweet makes it even more significant: The remark came amid […]
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It’s commonplace to remark on the irony that right-wing nationalism has gone increasingly transnational. But it’s not without historical precedent. What’s more unusual is the degree that the left—whether left-liberal, progressive, or social-democratic—remains national in orientation. I’ve argued before that this is dangerous.  It place us at a disadvantage in terms of ideas and activism. […]
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Stephanie Carvin tweeted her way through the transcripts of Carter Page’s testimony. It was glorious. Oh boy. https://t.co/n09n5LAHK1 — Stephanie Carvin (@StephanieCarvin) November 7, 2017 I once had a conversation with a Trump biographer about Gorka. We discussed how Trump is a magnet for sketchy characters and those of questionable competency. It’s not just that […]
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The Washington Post just published a story—although one based on the accounts of unnamed U.S. Officials—which you really need to go read. Here’s how it starts: Russia’s ambassador to Washington told his superiors in Moscow that he discussed campaign-related matters, including policy issues important to Moscow, with Jeff Sessions during the 2016 presidential race, contrary […]
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