The New Republic
The New Republic is an American magazine that is centered on politics and culture. It was founded in 1914 and is known for providing in-depth analysis and commentary on current events and political issues. The magazine covers a wide range of topics including politics, policy, international relations, economics, and social issues. It is written by a diverse group of journalists, scholars, and experts in their respective fields, providing a wide range of perspectives on the issues it covers.
The New Republic is considered a centrist and liberal publication and it is known for its high-quality and well-researched articles. It is not afraid to critically examine and challenge the positions of both major political parties. They also cover art, literature, and culture and how it relates to the political climate, providing a unique perspective on the world. The magazine is published bi-weekly and is available both in print and digital format.
In recent years, the New Republic has also gained a reputation for its coverage of technology, media, and science. It provides a critical examination of the intersection of these fields with politics and society, making it a valuable resource for readers looking for a more nuanced view on the issues of the day.