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Indian students protest joblessness during a hunger strike in Kolkata on March 23.

India Is Trapping Its Young People

There aren’t enough jobs to go around, but as the ongoing election has made clear, neither party is ready to tackle the problem.

Indian schoolchildren wait in line for their mid-day meal at a government primary school in the outskirts of Hyderabad on June 13, 2011, on the opening day of the new academic year. The government of India's Andhra Pradesh state has introduced English as a second language from Class 1 onwards for the 2011-2012 academic year. India's National Knowledge Commission has admitted that no more than one percent of country's population uses English as a second language. AFP PHOTO/Noah SEELAM (Photo credit should read )

Here Come the Young

In the coming years, the population of people under the age of 30 in some of the most fragile and unstable countries is going to skyrocket. And the world is not ready for them.

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This Is What Happens When Good News Is Bad For U.S. Stocks

Here's why Wall Street is treating more jobs as bad news.

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The Dangerously Divergent Interests of Wall Street and Main Street

When banks and the bourgeoisie are at cross purposes, everyone loses sooner or later.

Liberia Turns Towards Normalcy As Fight Continues To Eradicate Ebola

Why Are Chadian Youth Rioting Over a Motorcycle Helmet Law?

In Chad, a new law passed requiring motorcycle riders to wear helmets. But the cost of helmets has now tripled and students fear they won't be able to afford their daily rides to class.

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