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Alessandra Stanley


With Graydon Carter, Alessandra Stanley is a Co-Editor of AIR MAIL. Before that, she served as a foreign correspondent for The New York Times, first as co-chief of its Moscow bureau and then as Rome bureau chief, and later became the paper’s television critic. Stanley lives in New York.

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The View from Here Louis C.K. wins a Grammy? New York magazine takes on B.L.M.? Has the backlash to wokeism begun?

The View from Here The world wants to punish Putin’s billionaire cronies, but he didn’t enrich them alone: U.S. policies and such members of the Harvard elite as Jeffrey Sachs and Larry Summers helped

The View from Here Why are our politics so divisive right now? Fifty years after Watergate, it still all goes back to Tricky Dick

The View from Here Are the woke in the pockets of the plutocrats? They’re certainly doing a nice job of distracting people from economic injustice

Kabul and Kaput What do the U.S. pullout from Afghanistan and the White Lotus finale have in common? Plenty

Black Robe, White Knuckles Justice Breyer’s refusal to retire is not just annoying—it’s a harsh reminder that we always put our own interests above society’s

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Sex, Lies, and Instagram Yes, she dropped her given name faster than a matador swings his muleta. Yes, she’s called herself Spanish despite … not being Spanish. But deep down, Hilaria Baldwin is just like us

December 31, 2020