It’s Time for a New European Approach to Social Policy

The European economy is expanding for the seventh year in a row despite a slowdown at the global level. However, social and economic inequalities within EU member states have been increasing significantly in the last decade. Not all citizens are benefitting from the current economic...

Britain May Back Boris to Get Brexit Done

Dec 10, 2019

Just days before the December 12 election, The Guardian’s opinion poll tracker finds the Tories to “have a significant lead” over Labour even as support for the Liberal Democrats and the Brexit Party has slumped. In recent years, opinion polls have been notoriously unreliable. Rob Watson,...

Inside the Battle for Another World

Dec 06, 2019

A succession of social upheavals over the last decade has radically realigned political power throughout the world. As a result of these tectonic shifts, what had once been on the furthest fringes of the right has now moved toward the center while the left has been pushed to the margins....

Do Americans Want a President Who Fights?

Nov 28, 2019

The controversy over US President Donald Trump’s pardoning of three soldiers accused of war crimes reveals more than the confrontation of two contrasting interpretations of the law and the limits of executive power. As he does with so many questions of policy and political reasoning, Trump has...

Workplace Harassment Is a Ubiquitous but Invisible Scourge

Nov 27, 2019

A few months ago, a much anticipated trial finally got underway in France. The case had made headlines for weeks when, between 2008 and 2009, 35 France Telecom employees committed suicide. A number of them left notes stating that “the company had made their lives unbearable.” It took a...

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