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On GeopoliticsMay 10, 2020 | 10:00 GMT
A mother takes photos with her baby under cherry blossoms in full bloom in Tokyo, Japan, on March 29, 2015.
The Geopolitics of Postmodern Parenting
During the two months I recently spent away from work to fulfill my demographic duty, I found that most of my conversations with visitors followed the same pattern. The talk quickly turned from the standard cooing over my baby girl to an intensive debate over parental leave: how much time and flexibility to grant new parents in the workforce, how to reconcile career ambitions with the responsibilities of human procreation, how to compensate for the crazy cost of child care and how to boost birthrates. As a white-collar, taxpaying working mother in the United States, I had become one of the statistics I used to pore over as an analyst pondering the implications of aging and shrinking populations. But you don't have to be a parent -- or an analyst, for that matter -- to care about this stuff. In fact, a lot of the global angst today over stagnant economic
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GuidanceMar 8, 2018 | 12:26 GMT
A woman with the female gender pictogram made up on her face attends a demonstration as part of the 40th International Women's Day on March 8, 2017 in Marseille.
What Trends We're Tracking on International Women's Day
International Women's Day acknowledges the rights and accomplishments of women around the world across very different social climates. At Stratfor, we look at the world through a geopolitical lens, examining how humans' interactions with one another are shaped by their environment. We focus on why and how power shifts on an international level, and women's roles across the world can sometimes intersect with that endeavor in unique ways.
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GuidanceJan 23, 2018 | 00:03 GMT
The world's business and political leaders are gathering this week in Davos, Switzerland, for the World Economic Forum.
Catching Up With the Global Elite in Davos
The world's business and political leaders are gathering this week in Davos, Switzerland, for the World Economic Forum. This year's theme is "Creating a Shared Future in a Fractured World," and the global elite will be discussing cybersecurity; global geopolitics; migration; food and water security; climate change; and more in over 400 sessions. Narendra Modi, prime minister of India, will give the opening address this year, and U.S. President Donald Trump will deliver a keynote speech before the end of the forum. A record number of leaders from the major industrial nations will participate, and more than 340 top political leaders overall are scheduled to attend the annual meeting. To help readers follow the discussions on demographic, economic and technical trends, Stratfor presents these articles we've published over the years, along with their summaries. They include pieces on how the trends central to this year's forum are affecting trade and the
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On GeopoliticsJan 3, 2018 | 17:50 GMT
For the economics of childbearing to make sense in an age when working women are critical to economic growth, more rational and flexible policies designed to share responsibilities between parents are needed.
The Geopolitics of Postmodern Parenting
During the two months I recently spent away from work to fulfill my demographic duty, I found that most of my conversations with visitors followed the same pattern. The talk quickly turned from the standard cooing over my baby girl to an intensive debate over parental leave: how much time and flexibility to grant new parents in the workforce, how to reconcile career ambitions with the responsibilities of human procreation, how to compensate for the crazy cost of child care and how to boost birthrates. As a white-collar, taxpaying working mother in the United States, I had become one of the statistics I used to pore over as an analyst pondering the implications of aging and shrinking populations. But you don't have to be a parent -- or an analyst, for that matter -- to care about this stuff. In fact, a lot of the global angst today over stagnant economic
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