NATO’s new horizons.
The defeat of the draft constitution.
On Marxism and eco-modernism.
Europe and the war in Ukraine.
Biden and the eco-socialists.
Climate change and water wars.
On Raymond Geuss.
Talking up a new Balkan war.
Claude Simon’s confrontation with history.
Conservative hegemony amid a shifting world order.
In the Women’s Library.
Ethiopia’s treacherous path to peace.
The future of Podemos.
Contested legacies of Thatcher and Johnson.
Understanding the neoliberal-populist.
Jhumpa Lahiri’s Italian turn.
Who will lose out in the Ukraine conflict?
Albert Serra’s latest film.
On Mitsotakis’s border regime.
Have the Conservatives lost their heads?
Ottessa Mosfegh’s chronicles of anguish.
On László Krasznahorkai.
Left breakthrough in Colombia.
Military spending after the end of history.
On Pedro Almodóvar.
Macron’s victory and Le Pen’s surge.
Can Boris Johnson cling to power?
The self-fabulations of Hervé Guibert.
On London’s transport network.
Prospects for the US electoral left.
The age of the performer-entrepreneur.
On the uprising in Sri Lanka.
Ruben Östlund’s Palme d’Or winner.
The US returns to Somalia.
Rosemary Tonks and disavowal.
Adorno and the politics of criticism.
Explaining Bongbong’s victory.
The nationalist right in Slovenia and Hungary.
The Natoization of Sweden and Finland.
Jean-Gabriel Périot and the art of montage.
The literary crusade of Halldór Laxness.
Paul Verhoven’s latest directorial provocation.
A trenchant critic of American life.
Sleepwalking towards nuclear war.
Entering the neofeudal era.
On Canada’s rightward turn.
The politics of imperial reconstruction.
The political life of Aijaz Ahmad (1941-2022).
Remembering Aijaz Ahmad (1941-2022).
Britain’s plan for asylum seekers.