Claire Lehmann

Claire Lehmann

Claire Lehmann is the founding editor of Quillette.

Weekly Roundup and Musk and Moderation

Weekly Roundup and Musk and Moderation

Dear Quilletters, This week, don't miss Jim Rutt's excellent essay Musk and Moderation, which gives practical advice to Musk on how best to moderate discussion forums with the aim of fostering free speech. Rutt is a veteran of the Internet Age with over 40 years' experience moderating online communities and

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Claire Lehmann
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Weekly Roundup and the Casualties of War

Weekly Roundup and the Casualties of War

Dear Readers, We're very grateful for all new subscribers to Quillette! Not since 2018 have we experienced such rapid growth in our subscriptions. If you've just discovered us – welcome! We hope you enjoy our offerings. Your subscription means we are able to deliver the content you've come to read and

Claire Lehmann
Claire Lehmann
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Weekly Roundup

Weekly Roundup

Dear Readers, I hope this email finds you well. This week we feature a stimulating roundtable discussion between four of Quillette's contributors from the field of psychology: Chris Ferguson, Bo Winegard, Allen Buchanan and Cory Clark. Together they weigh The Costs and Benefits of Tribalism. We've also got two in-depth

Claire Lehmann
Claire Lehmann
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Weekly Roundup

Weekly Roundup

Dear Reader, I hope you've had an intellectually stimulating week. If not, we have the cure in the form of seven thought-provoking essays. A must-read this week is John Lloyd on how Russia's kleptocracy has spread corruption to all corners of the globe. And Spencer Case's review of Dissident Philosophers:

Claire Lehmann
Claire Lehmann
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Weekly Roundup

Weekly Roundup

Dear Reader, We have a tremendous depth and breadth of articles for you to peruse this week. Of course, Ukraine dominates our attention, as it does most of the world. Paying subscribers can access the Quillette editorial on the invasion, Shmuel Bar provides extensive analysis of geopolitical strategy, Alexey Muraviev

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Claire Lehmann
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Weekly Roundup

Weekly Roundup

Dear Readers, We have several articles for you on the Ukraine war, one from Joel Kotkin and Hügo Krüger on the centrality of energy policy, one from Harold James on the ideology of imperialism, one from Iryna Vushko who gives a historical account of her homeland, and Eric Clifford Graf

Claire Lehmann
Claire Lehmann
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Weekly Roundup and the Consequences of Ukraine

Weekly Roundup and the Consequences of Ukraine

Dear Readers, The world that existed last week no longer exists. Shocked by Russian aggression, the Western world has rallied to Ukraine's defence, spurred on by images shared widely on social media of Ukrainian courage and the heroism of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. The entire EU, US, UK, Japan, Canada,

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Claire Lehmann
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Weekly Roundup: Ukraine, Fusion Power, and Jon Kay on the Ottawa Truckers

Weekly Roundup: Ukraine, Fusion Power, and Jon Kay on the Ottawa Truckers

Dear Readers, As I compile the articles for this week’s newsletter, Russian tanks have entered Donbas. Appearing on Russian television, Putin addressed his nation arguing that "Ukraine [has] never had a tradition of genuine statehood," justifying the invasion. Ukraine’s President, Volodymyr Zelensky has stoically called for calm, while

Claire Lehmann
Claire Lehmann
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