Technology & Politics
Critical examinations of the impact of technology and political thought for inquiring minds.
15th Anniversary edition of the #1 national bestseller featuring a new introduction from the author warning of the accelerating patterns of progress and disaster.
While the United States stumbles, an award-winning foreign correspondent chronicles China’s dramatic moves to become a dominant power.
ICU doctor Blair Bigham shares his first-hand experiences of how medicine has complicated the way we die and offers a road map for dying in the modern era.
In the spirit of Night by Elie Wisel, Die Walking is the memoir of a Rwandan boy escaping genocide.
The seventeenth semi-annual Munk Debates tackles whether humankind’s best days lie ahead.
Ailton Krenak, renowned Indigenous activist, demonstrates that our current environmental crisis is rooted in society’s flawed concept of “humanity”.
In his wildly ambitious and darkly funny debut novel, Jonathan Garfinkel probes the fractured nature of identity, the necessity of lies, and the bloody legacy of the Soviet Empire.
An essential analysis of the major human rights struggles of our times by an internationally renowned human rights lawyer and former UN prosecutor.
The twenty-first semi-annual Munk Debate considers the current crisis of American democracy.
A handbook for Americans who refused to serve as draftees in the Vietnam War and were considering immigrating to Canada, with new modern relevance.
A personal work of memoir and critical analysis that pushes for an inclusive understanding of sex and gender.
Noam Chomsky considers how a democratized media could give us more meaningful participation in social and political life.