Uri Friedman

Uri Friedman, managing editor at the Atlantic Council and a contributing writer at The Atlantic

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Global Editor at The Atlantic; former associate editor of Foreign Policy magazine

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Panelists discuss Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation hearings and the threat of nuclear war.

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Panelists discuss Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation hearings and the threat of nuclear war.

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Afghanistan's presidential elections have seen a decline in voter participation for a lot of reasons.

Afghanistan's Upcoming Election Gets a Rap Anthem

Afghanistan's presidential elections have seen a decline in voter participation for a lot of reasons.

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Last night's televised debate may be the last of its kind before the Republican presidential nomination has been decided.

The Republican Debate and Foreign Policy

Last night's televised debate may be the last of its kind before the Republican presidential nomination has been decided.

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Panelists discuss Liz Cheney’s primary loss in Wyoming, the Republican Party’s shift over the last 30 years, and the complexities behind vaccine mandates.

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The founders of ChargerHelp! want to repair the nation’s electric vehicle charging stations while bringing equity to the workplace.

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What are the risks of keeping the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant open? And an atheist and Muslim agree on what happens when people find religion through politics.

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Fifty-two years ago, the Chicano Moratorium sought to underscore the costs of the Vietnam War among Latinos.

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Panelists discuss if Democrats will maintain their Congressional majority after the midterms. Plus, will fights over abortion rights and marriage equality motivate voters?

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LA Metro plans to hire 300 unarmed “transit ambassadors” to help riders navigate the system and keep an eye on passengers and employees.

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Workers at the Buena Park Medieval Times want to unionize. They’re part of a growing labor movement sweeping smaller workplaces and unexpected industries.

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“A Forest for the Trees” is an immersive exhibit that raises questions about nature.

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Vasectomies have drawn more interest since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, and California lawmakers are debating making the simple procedure free.

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