Essays & Journalism

In the late 2000s I worked as political journalist, primarily covering issues related to U.S. foreign policy. I continue to write essays and reviews for a general audience, some of which are listed below.

The Belligerent: Angelo Codevilla and the Ideological Origins of the New Right,” The Baffler, October 2022

Who Benefits from the Myth of Pro-War Consensus?,” Dissent, April 2022

How Will Capitalism End?,” The Nation, February 2021

The Not-So-Strange Death of Right Populism,” Dissent, Winter 2021

Among the Post-Liberals,” Dissent, Winter 2020

The Man Behind National Conservatism,” The New Republic, July 2019

In Marx’s Republic,” The Nation, April/May 2018

The Elusive Karl Polanyi,” Dissent, Spring 2017

Forward with Fukuyama,” The Point, Summer 2015

A Strange and Far-Flung War,” Dissent, October 2013

Indebted,” Dissent, Spring 2012

Kristol Palace,” n+1, October 2011

No Direction Home,” Tablet, June 2010