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Making U.S. Exports Work for Job Creation Article

Making U.S. Exports Work for Job Creation

Developing a competitiveness strategy for sustainable export growth to restore our middle class requires several key initiatives, writes Sabina Dewan.

Sabina Dewan

Helping Complete the Arab Spring Article

Helping Complete the Arab Spring

Sabina Dewan presents key ways the United States and Europe can help build sustained economic growth in the region.

Sabina Dewan

Obama Forging Stronger Asia-Pacific Economic Ties Article
President Barack Obama, third right, stands with Prime Minister Julia Gillard of Australia, left, President Sebastian Pinera of Chile, second left, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong of Singapore, third left, Prime Minister John Key of New Zealand, second right, and Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah of Brunei, right, as they take part in the Trans-Pacific Partnership meeting at the APEC summit in Yokohama, Japan, Sunday, November 14, 2010. (AP/Charles Dharapak)

Obama Forging Stronger Asia-Pacific Economic Ties

Sabina Dewan details what President Obama hopes to achieve at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit this week and why it is important for American jobs, exports, and growth.

Sabina Dewan

Three Things the G-20 Must Do for Job Creation Article

Three Things the G-20 Must Do for Job Creation

The Just Jobs Network presents three ways the leaders of the Group of 20 nations can create good jobs with safe working conditions and opportunities for economic mobility.

Sabina Dewan

Sustaining Spring in Egypt Article

Sustaining Spring in Egypt

Sabina Dewan announces the first annual meeting in Cairo of the global “Just Jobs Network,” which will explore ways to generate stable, equal, and sustainable growth through good jobs in Egypt and the Arab world.

Sabina Dewan

Scandinavia’s Intriguing Welcome Mat Article

Scandinavia’s Intriguing Welcome Mat

Åsmund Arup Seip of the Fafo Institute for Labour and Social Research in Norway examines the balance struck in Northern Europe integrating foreign, European, and domestic workers.

Åsmund Arup Seip

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