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


Title Date published
Can the Democrats Design a Pragmatic Climate Change Policy? 2019-06-13
A Gay Russian, Exiled in Ireland 2019-06-10
In China, the Unspoken Trauma of Tiananmen Square 2019-06-06
Ava DuVernay on “When They See Us,” About the Boys Who Became the Central Park Five 2019-06-03
Beto O’Rourke Struggles to Find His Place in the Democratic Presidential Field 2019-05-30
Ta-Nehisi Coates Revisits the Case for Reparations 2019-05-27
How China Sees Trump and the Rapidly Escalating Trade War 2019-05-23
Two Perspectives on the Future of the Green New Deal 2019-05-20
On Iran, North Korea, and Venezuela, It’s Bolton vs. Trump 2019-05-17
Bill McKibben and Elizabeth Kolbert: Is It Too Late to Save the World? 2019-05-13
The United States Constitution on Broadway, and What It Means to Us 2019-05-09
Kirsten Gillibrand: Donald Trump’s “Kryptonite”? 2019-05-06
Does Joe Biden Have a #MeToo Problem? 2019-05-02
Julián Castro Is Not Afraid 2019-04-29
Voter Suppression and Other Threats to the 2020 Presidential Election 2019-04-25
The N.R.A.’s Financial Mess 2019-04-22
The Notre-Dame Fire Could Be a Turning Point for the Macron Presidency 2019-04-18
Masha Gessen and Keith Gessen Debate Russian and American Politics 2019-04-15
The Sackler Family, Purdue Pharma, and the Lawsuits Threatening Opioid Manufacture 2019-04-12
The Presidential Candidate Pete Buttigieg on Coming Out: “I Realized I Couldn’t Go On Like That Forever” 2019-04-08

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