Michael Brendan Dougherty on Identity, Culture, and the False Promise of Liberation
Michael Brendan Dougherty on Identity, Culture, and the False Promise of Liberation Part one of our conversation with the National Review senior writer.
Michael Brendan Dougherty on Identity and Culture—Part Two
Michael Brendan Dougherty on Identity and Culture—Part Two The second half of our conversation with the National Review senior writer.
Should America Be a "Melting Pot" or a "Salad Bowl"?
Should America Be a "Melting Pot" or a "Salad Bowl"? Or how foreign policy, immigration, and critical race theory intersect.
Donald Rumsfeld Knew He Was Right
Donald Rumsfeld Knew He Was Right Damir and Shadi discuss his legacy and generational wreckage with associate editor Matt Winesett.
Startup Culture and Democratic Minimalism, at Home and Abroad
Startup Culture and Democratic Minimalism, at Home and Abroad Or, why doesn't Europe have its own Silicon Valley?
Will Europe Become a Geopolitical Backwater?
Will Europe Become a Geopolitical Backwater? A trans-Atlantic episode on Europe's ongoing Covid nightmare and the Old World's reliance on the New.
Our Grievance-Fueled Politics
Our Grievance-Fueled Politics Do Donald Trump's core supporters and progressive activists have more in common than they think?