The Christian Science Monitor

Saudi Arabia hands women the keys

Most nations are in a race for higher levels of innovation and none more so than Saudi Arabia. It is desperate for investments that tap its people’s talents for new industries, not its dwindling reserves of crude oil. But to do so, it

Stai leggendo un'anteprima, registrati per continuare a leggere.

Altro da The Christian Science Monitor

The Christian Science Monitor4 min lettiPolitics
How To Prepare For An Increasingly Multiracial America? Pay Attention.
At this hinge of history, the U.S. faces a variety of threats, including racialized politics – even as it heads toward a majority of people of color.
The Christian Science Monitor5 min lettiMedical
Florida Put Seniors First. How That Changed Its Pandemic Response.
Florida has found early success with a COVID-19 vaccination strategy that puts seniors first and eschewed complex priority lists.
The Christian Science Monitor4 min letti
Android Morality Tale ‘Klara And The Sun’ Is Not The Usual Dystopian Saga
Nobel Prize-winning author Kazuo Ishiguro explores the effects of technology on humans through the eyes of an ever-sunny, ever-likable cyborg.