Steven Hill is a U.S. journalist and author of seven books, including <i>Raw Deal: How the Uber Economy and Runaway Capitalism Are Screwing American Workers</i>. He is currently in residence at the Berlin Social Science Center.
The government must force platforms like Facebook and Google to obey the terms of new, digital licenses—or get kicked out of the U.S. market.
The growing ranks of contingent workers need a new deal.
When European Commission president Jose Manuel Barroso stood at the podium at the European Parliament in Strasbourg on September 12 to give his annual “State of the Union” address, few in attendance knew of the bombshell he was about to deliver. Europe has been wracked by a sovereign debt crisis – an existential battle over… Read more »
I’m in Bucharest, Romania speaking at a conference hosted by the European Ideas Network, which is a center-right think tank affiliated with the European People’s Party (the largest party in the European Parliament). Naturally, much of the discussion here is about the current challenges over the euro. Hundreds of people are in attendance, including several… Read more »
Israel is missing a historic opportunity to lead a regional economic renaissance Who could have imagined even a year ago that the Arab Spring would blow a fresh wind across the Middle East, opening minds and hearts to new possibilities. Now in the next chapter of this remarkable story, the Palestinians are taking their quest… Read more »