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Populism erupts when people feel disconnected and disrespected

Noam Gidron, Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Peter A. Hall, Harvard University American society is riven down the middle. In the 2020 presidential election, 81...

What’s the gold standard, and why does the US benefit from...

Michael Klein, Tufts University The phrase “the gold standard” means, in common parlance, the best available benchmark – as in double-blind randomized trials are the...

Fish, sausage, even honey: Food fraud is hidden in plain sight

John G. Keogh, University of Reading The globalization of the food chain has resulted in increased complexity and diminished transparency and trust into how and...

Why ‘acting locally’ is impossible in an interconnected world

Jennifer M. Bernstein, University of Southern California – Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences Like many Americans, I worry about the state of the...

Foreign language classes becoming more scarce

Kathleen Stein-Smith, Fairleigh Dickinson University Of all the skills that a person could have in today’s globalized world, few serve individuals – and the...

Millennials are so over US domination of world affairs

Bruce Jentleson, Duke University Millennials, the generation born between 1981 and 1996, see America’s role in the 21st century world in ways that, as a...

Rules-based trade made the world rich. Trump’s policies may make it...

Amitrajeet A. Batabyal, Rochester Institute of Technology Nations sell goods and services to each other because this exchange is generally mutually beneficial. It’s easy to understand...

What the Industrial Revolution really tells us about the future of...

Moshe Y. Vardi, Rice University As automation and artificial intelligence technologies improve, many people worry about the future of work. If millions of human workers...

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Ethical challenges loom over decisions to resume in-person college classes

Neta C. Crawford, Boston University By early July, about 80% of U.S. campuses were planning to resume at least some in-person instruction, even as a...

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