Magazine May 1, 2017, Issue

The Week

(Roman Genn)

‐ It takes a special talent to come off as the bad guy in a conversation about Bashar al-Assad and Adolf Hitler.

‐ Susan Rice, Barack Obama’s national-security adviser, admits, after first having denied, that she “unmasked” the names of Trump transition-team members caught on surveillance tapes talking with Russian diplomats, though she insists that she did not leak any names to the public. There was ample reason to be concerned about Trump aide Michael Flynn, fired after 24 days as Rice’s successor (Flynn had taken a paying gig in Russia before he joined the Trump team). Still, leaking classified information

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Letters

More Food, Fewer Farmers Robert D. Atkinson’s piece “In Defense of Robots” (April 17) made me reflect on the great impact that advances in technology have had on my own ...
Politics & Policy

The Week

‐ It takes a special talent to come off as the bad guy in a conversation about Bashar al-Assad and Adolf Hitler. ‐ Susan Rice, Barack Obama’s national-security adviser, admits, after ...
Politics & Policy

Poetry

WHAT CAME BEFORE When the mists of antiquity roll down the mountain with what came before written history, before the celestial irresolution of dark and light, when persistent survival was a near miracle, at the ...

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