Jonathan Guyer, Vox

Jonathan Guyer

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New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • Unknown
Past:
  • Vox
  • American Prospect
  • Common Dreams
  • PRI
  • The Atlantic
  • Nieman Reports
  • The New Yorker

Past articles by Jonathan:

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What the siege of Jenin signals about the future of Israel and Palestine

The Israeli raid on Jenin appears over. But the next one could come at any time. → Read More

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What Egyptian hip-hop says about the country a decade after the military coup

Yasmine El Rashidi on how politics and art are inseparable in Sisi’s Egypt. → Read More

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Prigozhin said he was just being a patriot. Do Russians agree?

A Russian journalist on how the country sees the surprise mutiny. → Read More

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Why the US is selling India so many weapons

Prime Minister Modi visits the White House, and arms deals follow. → Read More

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Why the US is selling India so many weapons

Prime Minister Modi visits the White House, and arms deals follow. → Read More

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Just how close are Russia and China?

A strategic friendship, with the US caught between. → Read More

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Why are there still American troops in Syria?

Call it a forever war. US troops are fighting ISIS in Syria. But Congress hasn’t approved it, the public hardly knows about it, and it’s not clear under what conditions the US would leave. Americans tend to only be reminded of the 900 US troops and hundreds of contractors stationed there when they came under attack, often from militants who have Iran’s support, or when there is a mishap — like… → Read More

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Why Saudi Arabia wants in on American golf

The surprise announcement that the American PGA Tour would merge with Saudi-backed LIV Golf means that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman could reshape golf’s international landscape. → Read More

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Henry Kissinger is 100, but his legacy is still shaping how US foreign policy works

How Kissinger centralized White House power, went corporate, and never apologized. → Read More

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Antisemitism is rising. The Biden administration wants to change that.

The White House’s new strategy for fighting antisemitism has global implications. → Read More

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Could the US have helped avert the crisis in Sudan?

The debate over the US’s failures in Sudan, explained. → Read More

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How Saudi money returned to Silicon Valley

All the ways Saudi Arabia’s cash powers tech startups and venture capital. → Read More

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The thorny ethical issues of the Pentagon partnering with the private sector

How it’s legal to work as a corporate consultant and a Pentagon adviser at the same time. → Read More

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How one gamer posting on Discord threw the security state into a panic

The national security leaker was very, very online. → Read More

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The ongoing scandal over leaked US intel documents, explained

Top-secret US military and intelligence documents surfaced on web forums dedicated to gaming, like a Minecraft Discord channel, and then on 4chan. → Read More

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The first US journalist was just arrested in Russia since the Cold War

Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich’s arrest in Russia, explained. → Read More

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What US weapons tell us about the Russia-Ukraine war

The debate around which weapons to send to Ukraine, explained. → Read More

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The 3 big questions facing Israel after Netanyahu delays judicial overhaul

Netanyahu paused the judicial overhaul. Hard questions about Israel remain. → Read More

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Israel’s deepening political crisis erupts in protests

Netanyahu announced on Monday that he will delay his government’s plans to overhaul Israel’s courts amid massive protests and an unprecedented general strike. → Read More

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Congress moves to repeal the Iraq war authorization, 20 years later

It’s a significant symbolic move, but US troops are still there, and other parts of the forever war continue. → Read More