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The Corporate Conscience

Thomas O. Melia

Should corporations pursue more than profits?

The Beginning of the End of Work

Diane Francis

Robots and AI are already putting scores of Americans out of work and exacerbating inequality. As automation increases, what can we do to mitigate the damage?

Are People Losing Faith in Democracy?

Larry Diamond

A new survey offers some reassurance that Americans retain their trust in democracy—but disturbing trends lurk beneath the surface.

Partisan Mirroring and Difficult Choices

Bruce E. Cain

Not all is looking rosy for Democrats ahead of what could be a wave election this fall.

Seriously: A U.S.-Nork Summit Revisited

Adam Garfinkle

Why the idea of a Trump-Kim summit has some merit—if handled properly, that is.

Multilateralism for a Despotic Age

Dalibor Rohac

Democracies need different rules of engagement with authoritarian regimes.

A Deal with Iran?

Josef Joffe

History shows why revolutionary regimes cannot be propitiated.

Can Americans Count to Three?

Adam Garfinkle

The Anglo-Protestant basis of U.S. foreign policy.

Blue Said, Red Said

David Blankenhorn

Why conservatives and liberals don’t talk to each other so good.

We All Play Our Parts

Martha Bayles

Five discomfiting aspects of the media spectacle that now accompanies every mass shooting.

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