Staff writer for Slate, focusing on international affairs and writer of its World blog; former associate editor at Foreign Policy magazine
Before Friday’s attacks, there was the foiled attack on a French train in August. And before that, there was Charlie Hebdo.
Nov. 17, 2015from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
The Geneva conference that led to a nuclear deal with Iran last month also established Geneva II.
Dec. 24, 2013from Which Way, L.A.?
Dec. 24, 2013from To the Point
Former City Councilman Mitchell Englander has pleaded not guilty to obstructing an FBI investigation into him accepting cash, female escort services, hotel rooms, and expensive meals…
Mar. 10from KCRW Features
A combat veteran reflects on the moral impact America’s longest war has had on its own people.
Mar. 13from Scheer Intelligence
Americans see coronavirus in terms of politics more than public health. Blue states are enforcing “social distancing.” Red states are reluctant.
Mar. 26from To the Point
The CDC says it’s not a question of “if” the coronavirus will spread to the U.S., but “when.” Officials say they don’t yet know whether it will be a mild or severe outbreak.
Feb. 25from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
How is the coronavirus pandemic affecting our judicial system?
Mar. 18from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
As hospitals, clinics and other community organizations face a shortage of masks during the COVID-19 outbreak, homebound sewers have stepped up to help, from DIY crafters to fashion…
Mar. 26from KCRW Features
The lifelong activist often adopted radical positions on a number of issues, including war and the environment, a new book reveals.
Feb. 28from Scheer Intelligence
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Mar. 3from News Special Programming
It’s not enough, and it’s too late.
Mar. 13from Left, Right & Center