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Russia’s Intentions in Ukraine—and America


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“They push buttons,” says Timothy Snyder, a historian and the author of “Bloodlands,” who takes the long view of Russian aggression. “What button of ours are they pushing here? What are they trying to get us to do?” In a wide-ranging conversation, Snyder talks with David Remnick about the idea advanced by Vladimir Putin that Ukraine historically and rightfully belongs to Russia and about the dictator’s far-reaching goal of destabilizing NATO. And Guillermo del Toro talks about “Nightmare Alley,” along with the movie’s star and producer, Bradley Cooper. It’s the director’s first film without fantastical elements, and he discusses his attraction to film noir’s bleak philosophy.

Russia’s Intentions in Ukraine—and America

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“They push buttons,” says the historian Timothy Snyder, who takes the long view of Russian aggression. “What button of ours are they pushing here? What are they trying to get us to do?”


Guillermo del Toro and Bradley Cooper on the Enduring Appeal of Noir

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”Nightmare Alley” is the director’s first film without fantastical elements. With Cooper, the film’s star and a producer, he discusses his attraction to film noir’s bleak philosophy.


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