The Other Front Line in Ukraine: The Will to Fight
On the second anniversary of the invasion, Russia and Ukraine are trying to break the other’s will to fight, in front-line, Black Sea, and aerial campaigns.
Three Factors Drive Right-Wing Violence. We Can’t Solve the Problem Without Addressing All of Them.
Domestic terrorism is a product of a complex mix of three factors: mental illness, guns, and political divisiveness, including racism and authoritarianism.
A Perfect Storm of Extreme Weather and Demographics Threatens Older Adults
Older US residents face growing risks from extreme weather because of climate change, the aging US population, and seniors moving to vulnerable regions.
Moving the Needle: What Leaders Can Do Now to Advance Women in Tech
Technology leaders should take six meaningful steps to close the technology gender gap by ensuring that they recruit and retain talented women.
China’s Thirsty Chips
China’s drive for self-reliance in the semiconductor industry is challenged by shortages of clean water, and semiconductor fabs exacerbate China’s water problems.