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


Title Date published
Maggie Gyllenhaal on “The Deuce” and #MeToo 2019-08-19
In the Wake of a Mass Shooting, Dayton’s Mayor, Nan Whaley, Takes the National Stage 2019-08-15
The Rippling Effects of China’s One-Child Policy 2019-08-12
India and Pakistan Clash in Kashmir, the Most Dangerous Place in the World 2019-08-08
Living in the Shadow of Guantánamo 2019-08-05
Senator Michael Bennet on His Long-Shot Bid for the Presidency 2019-08-01
Tana French on “The Witch Elm” 2019-07-29
Tensions with Mainland China Explode into Violence on the Streets of Hong Kong 2019-07-25
Who Believes in the Moon Landing? 2019-07-22
How Iran Wages War and Seeks Peace 2019-07-19
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on the 2020 Presidential Race and Why We Should Break up Homeland Security 2019-07-15
The New Space Race: NASA, China, and Jeff Bezos 2019-07-11
Emily Nussbaum Likes to Watch 2019-07-01
What Would an Effective, Humane Border Policy Look Like? 2019-06-28
The Trump Administration’s Plan to Deport Victims of Human Trafficking 2019-06-24
Elizabeth Warren vs. Wall Street 2019-06-21
Will the Government Get Tough on Big Tech? 2019-06-17
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

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