In a recent Boston Globe article, Dany Bahar comments on the supply and demand for workers, noting that foreign visas represent a drop in the bucket for the labor market and poses no threat to U.S. workers.
Wendy Schiller comments for the Boston Globe "I think there's a sort of a hunger in Rhode Island, among women in particular, for a woman to represent the state, given the sort of national mobilization of women across the country in the last 18 months, particularly after the Dobbs decision on abortion. That is still a very prominent issue and women are still feeling under siege."
Ashutosh Varshney writes for the Indian Express "The larger debate about Indian democracy is linked to two underlying questions. Why is the distinction between electoral and liberal democracy maintained? And why is the distinction now beginning to disappear?"
Stephanie Savell comments for The Intercept "These stolen weapons will circulate and intensify political and illicit violence and make it more lethal, as we've seen happen in other wars and conflicts."
Emily Oster comments for Fortune "It's become more possible to work parttime or to work remotely; to have versions of a job that fit better with the kinds of parenting or the other sort of family constraints that people have."
Wendy Schiller comments for The Guardian, "Once again we see that Trump is taking advantage of the Achilles' heel of the Democratic party by telling voters that the Democrats like big government because it bails out industries and it never provides a bailout for the little guy."
In this episode of NPR's Detroit Today, Wendy Schiller discusses the failure of Silicon Valley Bank, how it happened, the current state of financial markets and where regulation fits into these concerns.
In a Haaretz article, Dany Bahar comments on the protests in DC against far-right Israeli minister Bezalel Smotrich, "Capital is flowing out of the country. Businesses and investors are questioning whether they will see return on their investments if the independence of the judiciary is jeopardized. This is a crisis of Israel's own making."
Wendy Schiller comments for The New York Times, "Americans are still heavily reliant on fossil fuels, from gasoline to heavy manufacturing, and any shortage or spike in prices will make voters nervous, especially in high driving swing states like Georgia, Arizona, and Michigan."
Lyle Goldstein comments for Newsweek, "China has interior lines, that is, at every point of combat, they can bring more firepower quicker, whereas we have exterior lines, we have to get the stuff there, it's much more difficult."
Stephen Kinzer writes for The Boston Globe, "Soon after President Biden took office, he ended the long proxy war in Afghanistan by withdrawing US troops. The proxy wars now destroying Syria, Yemen, and Ukraine are different in many ways, but like the one in Afghanistan, they will rage until big powers tire of them."
In a recent Philadelphia Inquirer article, Wendy Schiller offered commentary on support for Senator John Fetterman among Democrat leadership and the role that aides play in supporting the work of Congress.
J. Brian Atwood writes for The Hill, "We have seen enough mass shootings made easier with weapons that shoot multiple rounds — in schools, shopping centers, churches and bars. The American people have made it clear in poll after poll that they want Congress to act."