Nightcap

  1. Putin’s star is fading Leonid Ragozin, Politico
  2. White nationalism…and green Elizabeth Chatterjee, London Review of Books
  3. The aerostat as a symbol of the Republic Chanelle Reinhardt, Age of Revolutions
  4. The struggle over 1989 Iacob, Mark & Ruprecht, Eurozine

Nightcap

  1. Australia’s shame JM Coetzee, New York Review of Books
  2. Conservative critics of capitalism Christian Gonzalez, City Journal
  3. The age of American despair Ross Douthat, New York Times
  4. The cosmopolitans of Tsarist Russia Donald Rayfield, Literary Review

Nightcap

  1. The oligarch threat Tamsin Shaw, New York Review of Books
  2. Vasily Grossman’s lost epic Sophie Pinkham, New Republic
  3. It’s time for Germany to step up Mathieu von Rohr, Spiegel
  4. How slavery shaped American capitalism John Clegg, Jacobin

Nightcap

  1. Indonesia is building a new capital city Niniek Karmini, Associated Press
  2. Blasphemy laws are quietly vanishing…in the West Bruce Clark, Erasmus
  3. Lonely Russia and its multipolar world Hélène Richard, Le Monde diplomatique
  4. Brasilia, urban planning, and spontaneous order Bruno Gonçalves Rosi, NOL

Nightcap

  1. Lessons from the East Asian economic miracle Byrne Hobart, Medium
  2. Confessions of an Islamic State fighter Alexander Clapp, 1843
  3. Russia’s vanishing summerfolk Christophe Trontin, LMD
  4. Too cool for Woodstock Rick Brownell, Medium

Nightcap

  1. Assessing Sotomayor’s first ten years with SCOTUS Ilya Somin, Volokh Conspiracy
  2. A case of mistaken identity Peter Miller, Views of the Kamakura
  3. Spain’s democratic decline Raphael Garcia, Inkstick
  4. An homage to Charlemagne David Crane, Spectator

Nightcap

  1. The Dutch-Norwegian oil boom town nobody has heard of Matthew Birkhold, Public Domain Review
  2. A 19th century “ice map” from the American northeast Rebecca Onion, the Vault
  3. 20th century Soviet hipsters still went to Siberia James Womack, Los Angeles Review of Books
  4. In reaction to the neoliberal turn of the Red-Green government…” Adam Tooze, London Review of Books