Join The Atlantic on March 24 for a discussion about the events uncovered by the reporting on the eight-part Floodlines podcast about the aftermath of the day the levees broke in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, with Newkirk, executive producer Katherine Wells, and executive editor Adrienne LaFrance.
“The feeling of the nation must be quickened; the conscience of the nation must be roused; the propriety of the nation must be startled; the hypocrisy of the nation must be exposed; and its crimes against God and man must be proclaimed and denounced.” - Frederick Douglass
On June 13th, Secretary Carter will join The Atlantic’s editor in chief, Jeffrey Goldberg, for a conversation about the military, leadership, and foreign affairs.
On January 22nd, join some of the writers behind the stories as they discuss the notable events in the Trump presidency and where the president and the country go from here.
The Deputy Director-General of the World Trade Organization Alan Wolff joined The Atlantic's Washington Editor at Large Steve Clemons for a conversation on the current state of global trade and the future of international economic policy.
Graham Allison, Director of Harvard University's Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, and author of Destined for War: Can America and China Escape Thucydides’s Trap?, joined The Atlantic’s Editor in Chief Jeffrey Goldberg to explore the US-China relationship and see how war in East Asia can be avoided.
The Atlantic's editors will explore the changing landscape of global politics and the effect that Washington, DC has on the rest of the world.
New York Times correspondent Helene Cooper will join The Atlantic’s Washington Editor at Large Steve Clemons to discuss her new book on work of Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and her successful mobilization of a coalition built on the grassroots foundation of female voters.
Atlantic Editor in Chief Jeffrey Goldberg discussed the global fight against ISIS with The Atlantic’s Graeme Wood and the Obama Administration’s Brett McGurk.
In an Atlantic Exchange conversation on the eve of the release of Darkness and Light, singer and social activist John Legend joined The Atlantic's Ta-Nehisi Coates to explore the power of music in shaping political discourse.