The long shadow of 9/11: Robert Malley and Jon Finer on how counterterrorism warps U.S. foreign policy. Democrats are finally splitting with Republicans on terrorism-focused foreign policy. What the Yemen vote reveals about the Democratic Party: It’s finally moving Left on foreign policy. Bernie Sanders is quietly remaking the Democrats’ foreign policy in his own image (and more). America needs an entirely new foreign policy for the Trump age. Progressives are thinking seriously about foreign policy. Progressives must seize their momentum to articulate a saner foreign policy. Toward a neo-progressive foreign policy: Daniel Nexon on the case for an internationalist Left. From Texas National Security Review, a roundtable on the future of progressive foreign policy.


Carmine Guerriero (Bologna): Property Rights, Transaction Costs, and the Limits of the Market. Ezra Klein on Paul Ryan’s long con: His legacy is debt and disappointment. Why Brexit might not happen: Ignoring the will of the people is a British tradition. Theresa May halts Brexit deal vote to avoid defeat, throwing British politics into chaos. Everybody says Mueller is almost done — what if he isn’t? From the Washington Post, a special report on how domestic violence leads to murder. John Quiggin on the three-party system in Australia. NASA’s Voyager 2 probe enters interstellar space. Osita Nwanevu on how not to mourn the WASP aristocracy. This is U.S. politics — are you triggered?

Verlyn Klinkenborg reviews The American Farmer in the Eighteenth Century: A Social and Cultural History by Richard Lyman Bushman; This Blessed Earth: A Year in the Life of an American Family Farm by Ted Genoways; Fruitful Labor: The Ecology, Economy, and Practice of a Family Farm by Mike Madison; and Walking the Flatlands: The Rural Landscape of the Lower Sacramento Valley by Mike Madison.


From Slate, a decade before Roe, Pat Maginnis’ radical activism — and righteous rage — changed the abortion debate forever. What the future of abortion looks like after the 2018 midterms. Matt Ford on the abortion case likely headed for the Supreme Court. Clarke Forsythe (AUL): A Draft Opinion Overruling Roe v. Wade. How to prepare for the day when Roe v. Wade is overturned. The Supreme Court’s surprising decision on Planned Parenthood, explained. What does it mean that the Supreme Court — and Brett Kavanaugh — sided with Planned Parenthood? The Supreme Court just gave us its first view of how it will handle abortion in the Kavanaugh era.

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