“Many people who call themselves very patriotic, even nationalist, leave [Ukraine], while the people who are actually protecting it are the common people.”
Public Books and the Sydney Review of Books have partnered to exchange a series of articles with international concerns.
In the 1930s, Americans fell in love with Czechoslovakia and Spain; today, it’s Ukraine. What happens when one finds a “second mother country”?
“When did everyone become Black and not of specific nations themselves? Why did being Black mean not belonging to a place?”
They claim there is a “People of Donbass.” There is not.
Since it first announced electricity “too cheap to meter,” in the 1950s, the nuclear industry has promised bountiful futures powered by a peaceful—and safe—atom ...
Timothy Snyder has taken a region that resists understanding and made it ...