I’m glad that draconian anti-marijuana laws have disappeared. But we need a taboo against public consumption.
The word is not a viable descriptor for anyone who is critical of the many serious excesses of the left yet remains invested in reaching beyond their own echo chamber.
The nation’s vehement rejection of identity politics made me recalibrate my own views about woke ideology.
Why I am skeptical of the reflex to attribute violence to structural racism
Identifying as someone who categorically rejects books suggests a much larger deficiency of character.
With smaller trees, more champagne, and a focus on adult fun
A sense of panic set in when I realized I’d erased the entirety of my inbox.
The acclaimed novelist has moved countries and finds herself at a turning point in her art and in her life.
How France’s far right is using the killing of a 12-year-old in its fight for ethnonationalism
No matter the outcome of Sunday’s election, the appeal of extremist candidates is worrying for the health of transatlantic liberalism.
Underprivileged students have much to gain from entry into the larger intellectual culture that has molded Western societies.
I witnessed Éric Zemmour electrify a seething and violent mob.
In France, where I live, the virus is under control. I can hardly believe the news coming out of the United States.
Even the most successful black Americans can feel haunted by a vague, invisible form of discrimination. The author's advice is to stop looking for it.