A weekly discussion about politics, hosted by The New Yorker's executive editor, Dorothy Wickenden.


Title Date published
Could the Coronavirus Pandemic Change Iran’s Political Future? 2020-05-21
Mayors Describe the Challenge of Safely Ending Lockdown 2020-05-18
Trump’s Day at the Supreme Court, Remote and Live-Streamed 2020-05-14
Governor Gretchen Whitmer on COVID-19, Trump, and the Accusations Against Joe Biden 2020-05-11
Loneliness, Tyranny, and the Coronavirus 2020-05-07
The Pandemic Is Wreaking Havoc in America’s Prisons and Jails 2020-05-04
Trump vs. the United States Postal Service 2020-04-30
A City at the Peak of Crisis 2020-04-27
Trump and Biden Face Off Over China and the Coronavirus 2020-04-23
Bill McKibben and Elizabeth Kolbert on the Pandemic and the Environment 2020-04-20
Mitch McConnell, the Most Dangerous Politician in America 2020-04-16
The Injustice of COVID-19 2020-04-13
Can Trump Avoid a Post-Coronavirus Great Depression? 2020-04-09
Why We Underestimated COVID-19 2020-04-06
Can Democrats Take the Offensive in the Pandemic Elections of 2020? 2020-04-03
The Coronavirus Election 2020-03-30
Arts and Entertainment in the Era of Coronavirus 2020-03-26
In a Nightmare Scenario, How Should We Decide Who Gets Care? 2020-03-23
How Humanity Survives Pandemics 2020-03-20
The Ripple Effects of a Pandemic 2020-03-16

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