The Atlantic is co-presenting three events this fall with Editor in Chief Jeffrey Goldberg and National Correspondent Ta-Nehisi Coates to discuss his new book.
The Atlantic gathered business and higher education leaders and public officials to examine the way data is changing what employers look for in graduates, how academic institutions teach data science to their students and what these trends mean for the economy of the future.
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.
In a series of conversations, The Atlantic will explore civitas, the contract binding all citizens together.
In a series of conversations, The Atlantic will explore civitas, the contract binding all citizens together, and talk to leaders of business, politics and society who are striving to make our Union a little more perfect.
The Atlantic explored the changing landscape of American demographics, the politics of gender perceptions and the role women play in leadership.
British Ambassador to the US Kim Darroch and Senators John Barrasso and Chris Murphy sat down for an intimate conversation with Atlantic Washington Editor at Large Steve Clemons and Bloomberg View Columnist Margaret Carlson to discuss the political landscape ahead in 2017.
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.
The Atlantic’s Steve Clemons spoke with Kati Marton about her new book about former State Department official Noel Field, his loyalty to Stalin and what it says about ISIS “true believers” today.