In Part I of this article, we covered a review of economic-related data for four centers of power for the past decade. In Part II, we cover changes to military power, political orientations, and backward progress for gender equality.
In the contest for global supremacy, China gains, western nations maintain with the US in the lead, Russia’s military-first strategy conceals decline, and disunited Islamic nations can’t compete. Part 1.
Two years ago, Oprah galvanized the Golden Globes with her #metoo speech. She declared a new day was on the horizon. For men – time was up. Oprah threw down […]
In the late 20th century, the women of country music were charting a path of progress toward parity with their male counterparts and then things began to go backward. The […]
Is it a Christmas gift that both sides of the aisle agree on something? Writers for liberal and conservative media, the Washington Post and the Washington Times, agree that Obama […]
The blowback from Obama’s recent statement about women being better leaders has included comments from other women. This intra-gender bias, women biased against women, isn’t new.
When the United Nations was created after WWII, its role was its name: to unite nations. Sovereign nations were to be united in peace and universally committed to fundamental freedoms. […]
Some languages, like English, are androcentric. The he pronoun can refer to he and she or just he. The word doctors refer to male doctors, or male and female doctors. […]
A research paper from two professors at INSEAD, that cited multiple other studies was published in October but picked up by different mass media outlets this past week, (most of […]
Women in Leadership – Unconscious bias; the silent killer of female promotions The workplace can be intimidating for women; workplace policies can be gender neutral, and male executives can sincerely […]