Author: Noah Millman

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Greece is finally free. The country whose profligacy and fraudulent accounting first touched off the eurozone crisis in 2010 has reformed and been rewarded with... [Read More]
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The winds have turned yet again in the 2018 elections, and the Democrats are feeling their sails fill. Specifically, the congressional map is broadening, and... [Read More]
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A common way of understanding the changes rocking politics around the world today is as a conflict between nationalists and internationalists, a.k.a. "global elites." That... [Read More]
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Former CIA Director John Brennan rages that, "Donald Trump's press conference performance in Helsinki … was … treasonous. … He is wholly in the pocket... [Read More]
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It would be difficult to overstate the magnitude of the earthquake that just shook Mexican politics. Andrés Manuel López Obrador — often referred to by... [Read More]
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In February 1960, four black students walked into Woolworth's in Greensboro, North Carolina, sat down at the lunch counter, and attempted to order coffee. As... [Read More]
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So this time the White House really lost a battle, right? In the wake of overwhelming public pushback against his deeply-unpopular policy of separating... [Read More]
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That sure went quick. If you blinked, you might have missed the historic summit between President Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.... [Read More]
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You have no constitutional right to vote. Such a bald statement undoubtedly will come as a surprise to some readers, who may have thought... [Read More]
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Another week, another round of news stories about President Trump shredding America's alliances. This time, the reason is trade. After generally appalling the members of... [Read More]
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The Greek crisis is only a few years in the rearview mirror, and Brexit is still in the process of negotiation, but the European Union... [Read More]
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The CDC has come out with another report on American fertility patterns, with plenty of fodder for prophets of doom. The American birth rate took... [Read More]
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The pessimism is understandable. In the wake of President Trump's withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal, the only people who seem happy are those who... [Read More]
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Here we go again. The latest prominent male politician to fall after allegations of abusive behavior towards multiple women is Eric Schneiderman, New York's... [Read More]
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Could Mark Zuckerberg save the news? A surprising number of people who should know better seem to think he should. As The Atlantic reports,... [Read More]
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Along with spring, peace, improbably, is finally in the air. While it's premature to start handing out Nobels for what's happening on the Korean peninsula,... [Read More]
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The word of the day is: "Kremlinology." The term comes from the Cold War era, and refers to the difficulties analysts encountered in trying... [Read More]
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When Paul Ryan assumed the speakership, he was hailed as the only Republican in Congress capable of unifying an increasingly fractious party. Respected by the... [Read More]
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Is America a force for order in the world today? Or for chaos? The question is prompted by President Trump's reaction to the apparent... [Read More]
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The negative reaction to President Trump's choice of John Bolton to be his new national security advisor has been as unsurprising as it has been... [Read More]
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