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Masha Gessen writes about the Op-Ed written for the New York Times by an anonymous Administration official resisting President Trump within the White House. [Read More]
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Masha Gessen writes about the New York State Democratic gubernatorial primary debate between Cynthia Nixon and Andrew Cuomo. [Read More]
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Masha Gessen writes on Russian indifference to two political prisoners who are near death: Oleg Sentsov, a forty-two-year-old Ukrainian writer and film director, and Anna... [Read More]
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Masha Gessen writes about a new White House plan under which receiving public assistance would disqualify legal immigrants from becoming citizens. [Read More]
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Masha Gessen writes about Sacha Baron Cohen's Showtime series, "Who Is America?," and the conspiracy theory QAnon and how both reflect the Donald Trump era. [Read More]
Masha Gessen writes about the newly unveiled AIDS memorial in Provincetown, Massachusetts, a town that feels hollowed out by the epidemic. [Read More]
Masha Gessen writes on the Russian nuclear physicist Andrei Sakharov's most famous essay, "Thoughts on Progress, Peaceful Coexistence and Intellectual Freedom," and its relevance in... [Read More]
Masha Gessen on Trump and Putin's joint press conference in Helsinki: "Trump's denials and deflections sound hysterical; Putin creates a sense of boring and hopeless... [Read More]
Masha Gessen writes about a shrimp vender in Tijuana whose immigration fight in San Diego left him living in exile across the border. [Read More]
Masha Gessen writes about Martin Duberman's new book, "Has the Gay Movement Failed?" [Read More]
Masha Gessen writes about Donald Trump's immigration policy, and why the idea of "open borders" isn't as radical as the President makes it seem. [Read More]
Masha Gessen on George Orwell's essay "The Prevention of Literature" and what it says about the modern condition of creating art in the face of... [Read More]
Masha Gessen on her work as a translator for "The Americans," the FX show starring Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell as the Soviet spies Philip... [Read More]
Masha Gessen writes about the school shooting in Santa Fe, Texas, noting that the idea of a regular person committing horrific acts of violence for... [Read More]
Masha Gessen writes about Russian President Vladimir Putin's practice of threatening to separate parents from their children, and how Attorney General Jeff Sessions is using... [Read More]
Masha Gessen reviews "The Right to Have Rights," by Stephanie DeGooyer, Alastair Hunt, Lida Maxwell, and Samuel Moyn. [Read More]
Masha Gessen writes about President Trump's failed nomination of Ronny Jackson to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs. [Read More]
Masha Gessen writes about the former F.B.I. director's new book, suggesting that Comey and the President are more alike than one might think. [Read More]
Masha Gessen writes about the lawyer David Buckel, an advocate for L.G.B.T. rights who died of an apparent suicide on Saturday. [Read More]
Masha Gessen writes about the alleged poisoning of the former Russian officer Sergei Skripal and how it fits with a Soviet pattern of treatment of... [Read More]
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