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    The Rise of China: 5 Things to Know

    The Rise of China: 5 Things to Know

    themonthlyread.com | Under Xi Jinping, China is growing into a superpower of unprecedented proportions. Meanwhile, the West scrambles to slow China's wildest ambitions.

    • 8 min
    Freedom Comes with Responsibilities

    Freedom Comes with Responsibilities

    As the Delta variant surges, the unvaccinated stand in the way of a return to normal in the name of their 'individual freedom to choose.'
    Our only way out of this pandemic is to stop new, more lethal variants from emerging.

    All that is asked of us is to get vaccinated. Because freedom comes with responsibilities.

    Music : Art of Silence by Uniq

    • 3 min
    The Case for Funding Arts & Culture

    The Case for Funding Arts & Culture

    themonthlyread.com | As vaccination rates increase in the West - and thanks to crucial financial aid while in lockdown - theatres, music venues, libraries, and museums are reopening to the public. But investments in the arts should not only occur in times of crisis. In fact, the case for funding culture is strong - even under normal circumstances.

    Music: Tranquillity by Riddiman

    • 6 min
    Fox News Aired Dangerous Rhetoric in the Weeks Leading to January 6

    Fox News Aired Dangerous Rhetoric in the Weeks Leading to January 6

    themonthlyread.com | I analyzed over 200 clips aired on Fox News between the day of the election and the insurrection. This is what I found.

    Music: Air by Yakov Golman

    • 13 min
    Canada's Tumultuous Journey from Louis XIV to Voting Rights for All

    Canada's Tumultuous Journey from Louis XIV to Voting Rights for All

    themonthlyread.com | Every Canadian citizen has the basic right to vote under The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Here is how it happened.

    • 23 min
    How to Address Dark Personalities in the Workplace

    How to Address Dark Personalities in the Workplace

    themonthlyread.com | The term “dark personalities” refers to 3 personality types: narcissism, Machiavellianism, and psychopathy.

    Their impact in the workplace range in scope but often results in negative outcomes for their colleagues and their work environment. By and large, dark personalities are problematic for organizations.

    To stay up to date with Cynthia Mathieu and her research, please visit cynthiamathieu.com

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