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Keeping up with the Joneses: at a Louis Vuitton store in Shanghai, September 2012
Having It All
A History of Global Consumption
By Victoria de Grazia
A voter marks his ballot at a voting station in John Howard township in Lusaka, January 20, 2015.
Dangerous Days in Zambia
The Tarnished Champion
By Jeffrey Smith
A humanoid robot works alongside an employee on an assembly line in Kazo, Japan, July 2015.
Human Work in the Robotic Future
Policy for the Age of Automation
By Andrew McAfee and Erik Brynjolfsson
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Bolivia's Petticoat-Wearing Mountaineers
The indigenous Aymara or Quechua women who climb the Andeans dressed in their traditional garb.
Millennial Values
Millennials are seen as postmaterialist, favor collaboration over competition, and are democratic, cosmopolitan, and progressive.
By Martijn Lampert and Haroon Sheikh
Israel and the Post-American Middle East
Lamentations over the state of Israel have been a constant for 70 years, but never have they been so detached from reality. Today Israel is more globalized, prosperous, and democratic than at any time in its history. As the United States withdraws from the region, Israel is well positioned to hold its own.
By Martin Kramer
Backing the Balkans
There can be no better signal of Europe’s commitment to the European project than expanding it to the Balkans, a project that has languished of late.
By Edward P. Joseph, Sasha Toperich, and Ognen Vangelov
The Future of U.S.-Saudi Relations
In recent years, the relationship between the United States and Saudi Arabia has come under unprecedented strain. But more still unites Washington and Riyadh than divides them, and both have a crucial interest in maintaining a clear-eyed but close partnership.
By F. Gregory Gause III
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