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Wolfgang Schmidt 7h
Great piece by on : „[T]he charade ended. The American position is collapsing under the weight of its own contradictions. The Europeans are defaulting to nostalgia for a multilateral order.“
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Edward-Isaac Dovere 8h
Bernie Sanders is the current frontrunner for the 2020 Democratic nomination - for how long? My story:
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Julie Bogen 9h
"Never gratuitously annoy the person who is deciding how long you’ll spend in federal prison. I shouldn’t have to tell people these things, but here we are."
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Robinson Meyer 8h
The central, unifying economic hypothesis behind the Green New Deal wasn’t really covered by the press. AOC hasn’t talked about it much, either. But the Green New Deal only makes sense in light of it. And it’s kind of… Trumpy? So I wrote about it:
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David A. Graham 12h
Based on exclusive reports in my mentions, people still have strong feelings about Bernie
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Ed Yong 13h
Replying to @edyong209
The central question raised by these insect apocalypse stories is one that goes way beyond the fate of insects: How should we act upon imperfect knowledge?
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EmergenHat 14h
I'm in today about Roger Stone's busy holiday. Dude, just go to a barbecue or something.
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Major Garrett 16h
Via "McCabe’s new book...is not generally overstated in its approach to Trump. This reflects either an aversion to exaggeration...or an awareness that the Justice Department’s inspector general has...branded him a fabulist..."
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Amanda Mull 16h
I wrote about how humans’ taste in food develops and changes over a lifetime, and the extent to which individuals can change their relationships with foods they hate
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Prashant Rao 16h
One thing was clear from the Munich Security Conference -- Europe and the US no longer even pretend to respect each other, writes in
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Tom Wright 17h
My new piece for : The Moment the Transatlantic Charade Ended
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Scott Ludlam Feb 18
this is rather beautiful:
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Jeffrey Goldberg Feb 18
. on Ronald Reagan: "At one point, he meandered over to a globe and spoke like a globalist. 'It is time we stopped thinking of our nearest neighbors as foreigners,' he said of Mexico and Canada."
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Rachel Donadio Feb 18
The Vatican is holding a summit this week about the sex abuse crisis. Now's a good time to read 's major interview with Cardinal Seán O'Malley of Boston, who's been a key player in trying to fix a problem. But does he still have the pope's ear?
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The Atlantic Feb 18
In this week's Dear Therapist column, advises a mother who worries about her son's college prospects: "How you handle the application process sets the tone for how your son will respond to it."
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Olga Khazan Feb 18
One of the many very impressive Atlantic freelancers over the years:
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Jim Edwards Feb 18
Agreed. If your "reply" function is less functional than the "reply" function in email, you've got problems. via
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Yasmeen Serhan Feb 18
"The people of Northern Ireland, who voted to remain in the EU, are fully aware of the dangers of the U.K. leaving the EU without a deal or a solution for the border issue."
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Yoni Appelbaum Feb 18
This guy [checks notes] can really write:
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The Atlantic Feb 18
Northern Ireland voted "remain" in 2016. As Brexit looms, people there fear leaving the EU will threaten peace on the island, writes Conor McCabe:
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