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Research & Commentary
From academics to activists, thoughtful people worldwide are focusing their attention on economic inequality as never before.
Anti-privatization organizers demand the government recognize that water is a right, not a commodity.
Those problems all start with the staggering global inequalities of our time.
The government’s own watchdogs agree: Regulators have been ignoring local communities and siding with industry way too often.
Many of the families detained at the U.S.-Mexico border have lost their livelihoods as the result of reforms that benefit elites in the United States and Latin American countries.
The International Trade Union Confederation points to the excessive power of Amazon, Samsung, and other global firms as one factor in rising violations of worker rights.