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A new climate awareness confronts the inertia of consumer society.
Protecting workers instead of jobs is the wave of the future.
Job security in France has diminished, says economist Jean Pisani-Ferry.
In Danang and Bonn, nations band together on trade and climate, leaving the U.S. behind.
Unraveling the done deal on nukes with Iran will doom reaching a new one with North Korea.
“Networks of the willing” linking cities, states and businesses are meeting the Paris goals to reduce greenhouse gases.
As democracies dither, China aims to conquer the latest technologies and chart the next phase of globalization.
What matters is who makes the choices behind what intelligent machines do.
There is now no choice but to “bite the bomb” and accept a nuclear North Korea.
In 2044, the country will be majority-minority.