Keir Starmer: The Man Who Wants to Fix Britain (TIME)


Saving Uighur Culture From Genocide (The Atlantic)

The Ultimate Symbol of America’s Diminished Soft Power (The Atlantic)

‘I Believe That the U.S.A. Can Be the Crucial Player’ (The Atlantic)

Should Britain Abolish Private Schools? (The Atlantic)

Britain’s Broken Parliament (The Atlantic)

There’s No Escaping Brexit, Even at the Pub (The Atlantic)

Brexit Has Triggered Britain’s Most Ambitious Migration Exercise Ever (The Atlantic)


Uyghur Poems From a Chinese Prison (The Atlantic)

The United States Must Stand Up for One of Its Own (The Atlantic)

The Hinduization of India Is Nearly Complete (The Atlantic)

The World’s Largest Democracy Is Failing (The Atlantic)

The Autocrat’s Legacy (The Atlantic)

A New Word Is Defining the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict in Washington (The Atlantic)

What the Ben & Jerry’s Decision Reveals About Israel (The Atlantic)

What History Tells Us Will Happen to Trumpism (The Atlantic)

Populism Is Meaningless(The Atlantic)


How Clinton’s ‘Basket of Deplorables’ Taught Germany a Lesson (The Atlantic)

The Slow Death of Europe’s Traditional Center (The Atlantic)

Jeremy Corbyn’s Britain Would Reshape Western Alliances (The Atlantic)

The Incredible Staying Power of Theresa May (The Atlantic)

Ireland’s Very Secular Vote on Abortion (The Atlantic)


Elly Schlein: ‘Italy’s AOC’ On Her Country’s High-Stakes Election (TIME)

Anders Fogh Rasmussen: ‘France Has Delivered Almost Nothing’ (The Atlantic)

Urszula Gacek: What Worries Foreign Election Observers (The Atlantic)

Agnès Callamard: Khashoggi’s Killers ‘Must Be Held to Account’ (The Atlantic)

Mary Beth Norton: The Actual ‘Single Greatest Witch Hunt of a Politician’ in U.S. History (The Atlantic)

Stories about Britain

What’s Better in Britain (The Atlantic)

What Euro 2020 Has Revealed About Englishness (The Atlantic; Featured on MSNBC’s Mehdi Hasan Show and the Atlantic Council’s Britain Debrief)

The Pubs Are Closed, but Brits Keep Quizzing (The Atlantic)

The Misunderstood Legacy of Guy Fawkes (The Atlantic)

The Very British Tradition of ‘Verbal Cartooning’ (The Atlantic)

You can find a complete story archive on Yasmeen’s Atlantic and TIME author pages.