Robert Wright and Eli Lake debate whether the U.S. has a double standard when it comes to Iran’s support for Syria. Plus: Must Assad go?
Political scientist Erica Chenoweth says non-violent resistance to Assad was working—until outsiders intervened.
Robert Wright and Jim Lobe on whether Trump’s foreign policy is taking a globalist turn. Plus: Will Trump put troops in Syria?
Daniel Drezner says the administration’s posturing isn’t credible. Plus: The end of Turkish democracy?
Bill Scher and Matt Lewis consider whether Trump’s leadership is maturing. Plus: Sorry Democrats. Kansas doesn’t mean much.
Robert Wright and Mark Schmitt consider the minimum his supporters will accept. Plus: Will Bannon get the boot?
David Klion and Michael Tracey debate whether the Trump-Russia story has spun out of control. Plus: Is Trump becoming a neocon?
The Wright Show
Robert Wright and Mickey Kaus debate whether Trump’s tactics are immoral.
Science journalists John Horgan and Michael Lemonick, author of The Perpetual Now, on what tech means for memory. Plus: Do your memories make you “you”?
Bill Scher and Matt Lewis consider whether the president’s threat to the Freedom Caucus should worry Republicans. Plus: What Trump means for Syria.