Articles in Media
The West’s staunchest defenders of viewpoint diversity are curiously silent about the most pressing threats to free speech.
Reading the dreadful memoirs of the super-rich offers an illuminating look at their delusions.
A hypothetical speech from the president-elect on the state of higher education in the United States.
In which Ho thwarts a poisoning, and Trotsky spills the soup.
A discussion of the Wellness craze, how science adapts to new information, and the human idea of the self.
A message from Current Affairs to all babies and the people who made them.
Precedented times or not, the grift stops for no man. Today, Current Affairs celebrates.
How can people fervently believe in something so transparently flimsy, and how do we preserve our connection to reality in a world of informational chaos?
Roanne K. Jalopy explains the history and haphazard ideology behind medical neglect of the trans community.
It’s been four decades since the iconic Dolly Parton-Jane Fonda-Lily Tomlin film dropped, and it’s as relevant as ever.
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