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March 23, 2016
Trump v. Disastrous US Triumphalism in Foreign Policy
Trump’s challenge to 20-year bipartisan consensus may finally produce the missing public debate.
Stephen F. Cohen
February 25, 2016
Letters From the March 14, 2016, Issue
Southern discomfort… what’s gender got to do with it?… no nukes are good nukes… Flint without fire…
February 19, 2016
Is the World on the Brink of Another Great Recession?
We could be facing the third leg of a crisis that began in 2008. If ever there was a time for US leadership, it is now.
Sherle R. Schwenninger
February 10, 2016
The Toxic Work Environments That Produce Your Pots and Pans
Multinational corporations are once again profiting off of China’s dismal labor conditions.
February 10, 2016
Memories of the Mao Era
Ji Xianlin’s memoir is the most widely read account of the Cultural Revolution in China. Has it changed the country’s amnesia about its bloody past?
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January 13, 2016
High-Tech Manufacturing’s Disposable Workers
The electronics industry is poisoning the workers who make our shiny gadgets.
December 18, 2015
China’s Latest Crackdown on Workers Is Unprecedented
Seven worker-activists involved in the independent labor organizations known as “worker centers” have been arrested.
November 23, 2015
Is There a Place for the West Along China’s New Silk Road?
China’s plans for massive development and expansion have rattled nerves in Washington.
November 3, 2015
The Future of Climate Change Is Widespread Civil War
Failure to cap carbon emissions will not only bring on climate shocks, but also worldwide instability, insurrection, and warfare.
Michael T. Klare
October 12, 2015
The Secret Weapon for Cutting Costs at Chinese Factories? Interns
And you thought American interns had it rough…