The authors explain how inequality leads to a fracturing of communities, increases loneliness and leaves people with less time to care for friends, relatives and the disabled. A society where your status is judged by how much you earn causes higher levels of stress and anxiety, they have found. And they argue that only by capping executive pay, giving workers a greater say in running companies and beefing up trade unions can tackle the problem.
Silicon Valley Bank collapsed last month because there was a run on the bank and they didn’t have the assets to cover their customers deposits. They were trading insolvent, in other words, even though they […]
Many Israelis, and people all over the world, are still trying to understand where the October 7th barbarity came from. Tareq Baconi is an analyst, historian and author of “Hamas Contained: The Rise and Pacification […]
Many people have become increasingly skeptical of half-truths in the mainstream media that help to promote foreign policy objectives abroad. When alternative narratives are brought to our attention, the only option for the establishment is […]