Coronavirus is just a preview for the effects of unemployment from automation. Only one economic mechanism can keep society from crumbling: UBI.
COVID-19 is hitting developing nations especially hard. But out of this tragedy could come opportunities for positive social impact, particularly for Japanese investors.
Lockdowns may “flatten the curve,” but how are governments across the world ensuring they don’t flatten the economy?
Each country has reacted to coronavirus in its own way. Were some reactions better than others?
As countries scramble to combat COVID-19, should we be looking to the future or answers, or the past?
Climate activism faces obstacles worldwide. What’s stalling progress in Japan?
Discussions at the 2020 World Economic Forum (WEF) centered on two major topics: climate change and stakeholder capitalism.
The June 2018 meeting between North Korean Leader Kim Jong-Un and US President Donald Trump seemed to signify a new momentum in East Asia’s geopolitical balance. A few months…
Strong societal divisions can be seen around the world today. US President Donald Trump’s “America First” policy threatens America’s traditional…
Last year’s Brexit vote in June seemed to widen a crack in the foundation of the EU, beginning with the…