America remains the only major industrialized country without a universal paid leave program.
Uncertainty abounds over what the Taliban’s opium policy will actually look like. In the meantime, the farmers are planting the seeds for next year’s crop right now.
The Biden administration needs to adopt a gender and social inclusion framework for future trade negotiations and agreements.
America has an unprecedented opportunity to harness that skill and passion to build not only better infrastructure but also a stronger, more prosperous country.
Relative to the size of its economy, the United States spends far less on worker training programs than many other industrial countries.
“Build new supply chains. Buy American.”
Strict enforcement of the USMCA will not only help the oppressed workers at the Tridonex and GM plants but also send the message to other employers that they have to comply with the law as well.
America cannot afford to jeopardize major industries for want of parts.
Although Donald Trump won the White House with a vow to reinvigorate a manufacturing base essential for America’s future, he failed to stanch the torrent of U.S. corporations absconding to countries with abysmal working conditions and lax environmental regulations.
Decades of industrial decline left America unprepared for the pandemic. COVID-19 simply caught America flat-footed.