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Isaac Stanley-Becker
I am a staff writer at the Washington Post and a PhD candidate in history at Oxford.
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Isaac Stanley-Becker 20h
"At what point do they start laughing at us as a country?" Trump asked in June of last year. At this point, it seems.
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Isaac Stanley-Becker 21h
Sign of the times
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Isaac Stanley-Becker Sep 25
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Isaac Stanley-Becker Sep 24
Actually, sexual assault is a form of violence that often escapes the light of public view - at Yale and elsewhere.
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Isaac Stanley-Becker Sep 24
What Christine Blasey Ford had to say about her attorney Debra Katz, described to me as a meticulous, battle-tested advocate for the vulnerable.
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Isaac Stanley-Becker Sep 22
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Isaac Stanley-Becker Sep 22
Worth revisiting now
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Isaac Stanley-Becker Sep 17
I reached out to Amy Chua and Lisa Blatt to see whether their view of as a champion of women has evolved at all. Haven't heard back yet.
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Aaron C. Davis Sep 16
The Post’s has spent weeks talking and trying to confirm the claims of an author of a confidential letter that accuses Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault. Here’s her report.
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Samuel Moyn Sep 14
Is there any actual evidence for the theory of this piece that there is a vast revolt of the losers against meritocracy? It is a theory based on lots of psychological imputation with little warrant. One thing is sure: it exempts elites from blame, and casts them in a nice light.
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Jeremy Cliffe Sep 12
Non-Germans too should study the parable of Bavaria's CSU. The party has been *everything* conservative commentators say the mainstream must be to beat populism: tough on migration, big on identity, loudly anti-cosmopolitan. And its polling has collapsed to historic lows.
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Isaac Stanley-Becker Sep 11
the Sontag essay inside 🔥
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C. Stelzenmüller Sep 9
This is stunning. A moment of truth for the German police, the domestic security authorities, but above all for centrist political forces and society. This cannot stand.
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Isaac Stanley-Becker Sep 4
Now that Steve Bannon is out, David Remnick should interview the CEO of Goldman Sachs, Bannon's former employer. More enlightening for attendees of the New Yorker Festival.
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Philip Rucker Sep 4
This is what John Kelly said of Trump, in book —>
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Christian Christensen Sep 3
To int'l media covering elections: *Muslim immigration didn't begin in 2014 *80%+ of Swedes won't vote Sweden Democrat (SD) *SD biggest influence: shift "center" to the right *There are no "no-go zones" *Sweden isn't collapsing *Left Party has seen big gains, not just SD
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Isaac Stanley-Becker Aug 30
I can't wait to see this movie about hero Marie Colvin:
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Robert Costa Aug 23
Get the story behind the president’s tweet about “white farmers.” The has you covered.
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Isaac Stanley-Becker Aug 22
Hi Matthew, Washington Post reporter here. Mind following back so I can DM you?
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