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Issue 33 Overtime

The question of who gets to live, and how, has always been the realm of politics.

Issue 33 Overtime
The Korean Peace Process
Issue 33 Overtime

He behaves like a man who believes that history is not over, even if established ways of picturing historical change on the…

Issue 33 Overtime
Rededication
Issue 33 Overtime
Everybody Knows
Issue 33 Overtime

An American who leaves for war never leaves America. The war that is America, rather, comes to the American.

Issue 33 Overtime
Conversations with Bongjun
Issue 33 Overtime

Children are malleable and must be cultivated carefully and deliberately, like plants.

Issue 33 Overtime
What Good Is Love?
Issue 33 Overtime
The Painful Sum of Things
Issue 33 Overtime

Zimbabwe is a place whose writing cannot but be both global and ambivalent about globalization.

Issue 33 Overtime
We Can Still Think Our Own Thoughts
Issue 33 Overtime

Maybe this is how Great Men read books: like boys.

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Issue 34 Head Case

Civilian, child, refugee: according to the logic of the war on terror, they’re all always enemy combatants.

Issue 7 Correction

The america our new president inherits bears an uncanny resemblance to our old enemy, the Soviet Union—right before it went under.

Issue 28 Half-Life

Now more than ever, we must endure the claim that everything is now more than ever.

Issue 16 Double Bind

When even whiteness is freighted in liberal circles with maudlin guilt, no color is safer than South Asian brown.

Issue 9 Bad Money

Computer games are the latest cultural form to benefit from the collapse of the old categories of high- and lowbrow.

Issue 24 New Age
Stars—They're Just Like Us!