NEW DELHI — As India gasped for air at the peak of its Covid devastation, its leader appeared to advise his people to just breathe…View More India’s Covid Crisis Tests Modi’s Ability to Shift Narratives
Listen and follow Day X: Coming soon.Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher What starts with a mysterious gun in an airport bathroom and a fake…View More Introducing: Day X
Experts credit that lockdown, though flawed, with slowing the spread. But the restrictions were economically devastating, putting tens of millions out of work and imperiling…View More India’s Covid-19 Crisis Shakes Modi’s Image of Strength
Most chip designers, like IBM, Qualcomm, Nvidia, AMD (and even Intel to some extent) now use TSMC and Samsung to make the microprocessors they design.…View More Is There a War Coming Between China and the U.S.?
Equally unfamiliar is the scope of viable-seeming political possibilities for the characters to embrace. In the course of the show we meet Stalinists and Trotskyists…View More ‘Babylon Berlin,’ Babylon America?
NEW DELHI — India’s ambitious but troubled campaign to vaccinate its vast population against Covid-19 — and, in the process, to burnish its own reputation…View More India’s Covaxin Covid-19 Vaccine, Already in Use, Shows Promise in Trials
Believe it or not, the Republican Party is ideally positioned for at least the next two years. As the opposition party, it will not be…View More Trumpism Has No Heirs
In the weeks following the attack on the Capitol, many Americans have argued over whether the violence was a singular event or an outcome of…View More A Century Ago, White Protestant Extremism Marched on Washington
It is true that the United States plays a less central role in the world today than it did 70 years ago. Over the last…View More What Should Drive Biden’s Foreign Policy?
There is a difference, Lynerd writes, between searching out the implications of the Christian gospel for politics and leveraging this gospel to advance the social…View More ‘The Capitol Insurrection Was as Christian Nationalist as It Gets.’