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Is the World Done With Liberal Democracy?

Elites see the rise of “strongmen” like Trump as a detour, but Italy’s election is yet another sign that populist nationalism is here to stay.

By Andrew Sullivan

Why We Should Say Yes to Drugs

Our society is starved for compassion, gratitude, spirituality, and connection. Psychedelics can help.

By Andrew Sullivan

Kanye West and the Question of Freedom

As American politics have become increasingly tribal, our willingness to disagree has been replaced with an impulse to loathe and expel.

By Andrew Sullivan

Kanye West and the Question of Freedom

As American politics have become increasingly tribal, our willingness to disagree has been replaced with an impulse to loathe and expel.

By Andrew Sullivan

Will There Always Be an England?

Anxiety is a predictable and understandable response to the U.K.’s ethnic and cultural transformation. Ignoring it gave us Brexit (and Trump).

By Andrew Sullivan

A Democracy Disappears

Americans should watch what is happening in Hungary with a great deal of attention — and alarm about similar trends playing out at home.

By Andrew Sullivan

Is This the Beginning of Trump’s End?

Trump maintains a cultish following, but with a new wave of scandal, his incompetence and boundless corruption may start to seep through.

By Andrew Sullivan

How Do We Cope With Trump?

The antidote to our toxic political and cultural climate: Look to figures who found themselves in similar circumstances yet kept their heads.

By Andrew Sullivan

We All Live on Campus Now

When universities embrace an identity-based “social justice” movement, it puts the broader culture in danger of drifting away from liberal democracy.

By Andrew Sullivan

When Two Tribes Go to War

In a tribalized society, there’s no room for an independent inquiry — which is why Republicans are doing all they can to undermine Robert Mueller.

By Andrew Sullivan

#MeToo and the Taboo Topic of Nature

The new breed of feminists — and liberals in general — are going to have to choose between reality and ideology.

By Andrew Sullivan