The U.S. Should Quit China’s Solar Industry and Start Its Own

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COP 27, the global climate conference, wrapped up in Egypt without any major breakthroughs, but it yielded a clear picture of how far rich industrial countries like the United States are from meeting their own climate promises.

World Cup Abuses Led Qatar to Change Labor Laws, But More Protection Is Needed

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Ending worker-paid recruitment, which in most of the rest of the world is treated as a cost of doing business borne by employers, is long overdue. More than a million migrant construction workers, mostly young men from destitute communities…

What Commentators Get Wrong (and Right) About North Korea

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This month, North Korea tested around two dozen missiles, including an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) with a range of approximately 5,000 miles.

FTX Bankruptcy Is Bad News for the Charities That Crypto Mogul Sam Bankman-Fried Generously Supported

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FTX, an exchange for trading cryptocurrencies, quickly became bankrupt and defunct in November 2022.

How to Strengthen Ties Between Hybrid Team Members

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Of the many changes to the working world that emerged after the COVID-19 pandemic, few seem poised to have a greater lasting influence than the rise of hybrid teams.

Does Power Promote Sexual Harassment?

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In the wake of #MeToo, many women who valued their relationships with male coworkers and friends, and know the importance of cross-sex networking for their careers, were deeply dismayed to hear Vice President Mike Pence endorse the “Billy Graham Rule.”

It Takes Courage to Acknowledge Your Burnout

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Of the many changes to the working world brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic and the Great Resignation, one of the most noteworthy is the increased attention given to burnout.

Breaking the Fever: On Corporate Governance, and Power, with Nell Minow

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In this episode of our Breaking the Fever podcast, we speak with Nell Minow about politics, corporations, public opinion, and the trajectory of corporate governance since the 1980s. 

At COP 27 in Egypt, Climate Accountability Will Be Challenging

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Given the urgency of the agenda, this year’s COP meeting in Sharm El-Sheikh should be drawing greater high-level participation than ever. But that will not be the case. The U.N. climate conference known as COP 27 will soon convene in Sharm…