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Looking back to the exceptional crop of 2018 bestsellers criticizing the state of our society, from rising economic inequality to populism and climate change, one book stands out: “Winners Take All” by former New York Times columnist and Aspen Institute

Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz has been making waves recently in the American political arena, after a recent 60 Minutes interview where he revealed that he is considering launching a presidential bid for the 2020 presidential elections. While that would

Are we approaching the point of no return with Brexit? And is there anything that can be done? It can’t be proved, but it looks suspiciously like Prime Minister Theresa May is deliberately engineering drama in order to get her “deal” -

In 1989, when the Wall of Berlin fell, everyone celebrated. We all thought the tide of History had turned and that the world was headed for a happy, peaceful, everlasting democratic future. Fukuyama’s famous article written that summer, optimistically titled

Prone to Protest Belgrade is no stranger to the sensation of tens and hundreds of thousands of feet walking and running and protesting over its asphalt grounds. In fact, 2019 marks the 130th anniversary of the city’s first documented protest in

This article is part of an editorial collaboration with BCorporation. The BCorp Series can be found here. The original publication can be found here. In United Kingdom and Beyond, B Corps Strive for Transparency, Social Responsibility and Equity for All Workers There are more

Everyone agrees that to reform Europe is a priority. And there’s only one logical way to do it, as proposed by French President Macron. His plan is simply brilliant. Exactly what Europe needs now. But there are many reasons why

This article is part of an editorial collaboration with BCorporation. The BCorp Series can be found here. The original publication can be found here. 3 B Corps Share How They Made Strides Through the 2018 Inclusive Economy Challenge “This experience has proven to

Two days ago, 117 people died in the Mediterranean. People talk of massacres whenever migrants drown. And then forget about it, overwhelmed by the relentless news cycle of our digital age. Perhaps if we called a spade a spade, people

John Negroponte joined the United States Foreign Service in 1960. Already then, he knew he wanted to be a Diplomat and had discovered what could be referred to as his life's true calling, especially if we're looking at it from

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