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The Future of Work

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In the last 50 years, globalization, shifting demographic patterns, and technological innovation have redefined labor. Will advanced countries adapt to competition with lower-paid, less protected workers in developing countries, or face chronic unemployment? Will developing-country workers demand better conditions and higher pay?

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  1. sgaier2_SAJJAD HUSSAINAFP via Getty Images_india vaccination covid Sajjad Hussain/AFP via Getty Images

    How India Could Win Its COVID Vaccination Race

    Sema Sgaier & Prashant Yadav

    India faces a seemingly mammoth COVID-19 vaccination challenge, but its progress so far suggests it may be well equipped to handle the task. Other countries seeking to protect their populations from the pandemic should draw at least three lessons from India's efforts. 

    identify three lessons others can learn from the country’s massive immunization drive.
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  2. sheng110_NOEL CELISAFP via Getty Images_china street Noel Celis/AFP via Getty Images

    How to Cooperate with China

    Andrew Sheng & Xiao Geng

    With his plan to build a concert of democracies to contain China, US President Joe Biden is making a grave mistake. The US and China should each be doing their part to protect the global commons, not competing for global dominance. 

    identify what Western observers are getting wrong about a country they must learn to understand.
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