The "race to the bottom" in global labor and environmental standards has captivated journalists, politicians, and activists worldwide. Why does this myth persist? Because it is a useful scare tactic for multinational corporations and populist agitators peddling their policy wares.
How Sushi Went Global
A 500-pound tuna is caught off the coast of New England or Spain, flown thousands of miles to Tokyo, sold for tens of thousands of dollars to Japanese buyers ... and shipped to chefs in New York and Hong Kong? That's the manic logic of global sushi.
Who Gets to Run the World?
Now more than ever, the world's multilateral organizations need top talent. But they usually don't get it. Find out how today’s bureaucratic all-stars really make the team -- and why the best players rarely get a chance.