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‘Norms’ of caste keep Americans divided, unable to work together

‘Norms’ of caste keep Americans divided, unable to work together

Ashley Jardina’s “White Identity Politics” is a well-written and soundly documented book....

Greg Cusack | January 15, 2021, Friday


Tips on how to stick with your goals

Tips on how to stick with your goals

In January, many of us reflect on the year that’s passed, form new goals and think about what we want to change, achieve or overcome in the year ahead....

Alyson Meister | January 15, 2021, Friday


China’s achievement in poverty alleviation seen in the eyes of a Zimbabwean student

China’s achievement in poverty alleviation seen in the eyes of a Zimbabwean student

I am certain I will remember that build­ing for as long as I live. It looked like a fortress, or more like a gem, a bright orange-yellow one, wooden beams neatly spaced underneath a roof of traditional ...

Albert Mhangami | January 13, 2021, Wednesday


Stakeholders should join hands to make business responsible

Stakeholders should join hands to make business responsible

The COVID-19 crisis has revealed how intertwined all of our major challenges are....

Bertrand Badré and Camille Putois | January 8, 2021, Friday


Caution and science will help China tame COVID-19 during Spring Festival travel rush

Caution and science will help China tame COVID-19 during Spring Festival travel rush

With a prudent, scientific approach to COVID-19 prevention and control, China has the capability and confidence to avoid a mass outbreak during the upcoming annual Spring Festival travel rush, despite...

January 6, 2021, Wednesday


Collective action needed to meet climate challenge

Collective action needed to meet climate challenge

About 12 months ago, private-sector leaders came together at the World Economic Forum with a sense of optimism and a series of new commitments to re-energize the fight against climate change....

Michael Froman | January 6, 2021, Wednesday


Small bridges for dialogue and cooperation

Small bridges for dialogue and cooperation

I love small bridges. Always have. In my hometown of New York City, my favorite bridge is the Bow Bridge in Central Park....

Joshua Simon Selig | December 30, 2020, Wednesday


How the whole world will change in year 2021

How the whole world will change in year 2021

As the world prepares to bid farewell to the year 2020, one question becomes glaringly evident: What will the world look like in 2021?...

December 30, 2020, Wednesday


New philosophy can beat the middle-income trap

New philosophy can beat the middle-income trap

China is determined to evade the so-called “middle-income trap” and become a high-income economy in the next 15 years, with its “new development philosophy” guiding the way....

December 16, 2020, Wednesday


Vision needed to regulate seafloor mining

Vision needed to regulate seafloor mining

Today’s growing world population and a privileged minority’s rapidly rising living standards are driving resource consumption and waste production at a rate requiring the capacities of 1.7 Earths and fuels...

Sabine Christiansen and Sebastian Unger | December 16, 2020, Wednesday




 

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