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Front Page Last Updated: Oct 20, 2021 - 11:09:05 AM


Analyses
America’s strike wave is a rare – and beautiful – sight to behold
Labor uprisings are not a spectator sport. They demand not just your attention, but your participation

Oct 20, 2021 - 11:07:52 AM

Labour
Alaskan Seafood Should Ship on Jones Act Vessels
Much has been written in recent weeks about the Alaskan pollock "Canadian railway" shipping scheme, including three Wall Street Journal editorials using the conflict as an excuse to reinforce its antipathy toward the American maritime industry and the Jones Act. We view the matter differently.

Oct 20, 2021 - 11:06:14 AM

Business
New Record: 100 Vessels Are Waiting to Berth at LA / Long Beach
The twin ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach have hit yet another new congestion milestone: a record 100 ships are waiting at anchor or in drift zones, including 70 container ships.

Oct 20, 2021 - 11:04:53 AM

Africa
‘France and Mali are an old couple, there may be disputes but there’s no divorce’ says Choguel Maïg
Postponement of elections, crisis with France, alliance with Russia... Five months after his appointment, Mali's Prime Minister sits down to speak to us directly on an array of potentially controversial topics.

Oct 20, 2021 - 11:03:35 AM

Dysfunctions
Poland triggers an existential crisis for Europe
The European Union faces a crisis that may prove its most existential threat yet. It has nothing to do with the opportunistic predations of Russia or the anti-Brussels exertions of Brexiteers. It’s not about the fiscal woes of the euro zone or a surge of migrants or the toll of a pandemic. It has to do, instead, with Poland.

Oct 20, 2021 - 11:01:10 AM

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