Women and politics in East Asia

Author: Katharine H.S. Moon, Wellesley College This is supposed to be the Asian century, with East Asian countries leading the way. The world admires many East Asian countries for their miraculous economic growth, democracy-building and cultural innovation. But can East Asia also provide a model for developing women’s rights and political power? East Asia has […]

Read More Women and politics in East Asia

Paywalls Will Not Save Journalism

The latest post on the (sorry) state of newspaper circulation has been making the rounds and there’s the requisite hand-wringing going on. What is the answer? Steve Brill says paywalls. By not valuing their own content, he argues, news organizations (formerly “newspapers”) have indicated to readers that there is no value in their content. But […]

Read More Paywalls Will Not Save Journalism

Stop Being Awkward on the Phone

No one uses the phone anymore, the New York Times declared a couple of years ago and millions of young people shrugged. Texting? Sure. Chatting online? Of course, but for a certain generation of young business people currently entering the world of work, actually dialling a number is mostly for moms and telemarketers. But however […]

Read More Stop Being Awkward on the Phone
January 20, 2016

Tags: ,