There is a massive opening for France and Macron in Europe which no French president since Mitterrand 25 years ago has been able to seize.
How does Japan compare to the leading economies for unionization levels?
After a decades-long slide, where does union membership currently stand?
What is the strength of French unions, as they head into negotiations with President Macron?
Relative to many of its closest peer economies, the UK maintains a high unionization level, despite a decline.
Will Macron deliver? And what will French economic reforms mean for all of Europe?
Why has the American Dream slipped out of the reach of more and more of the middle class?
Has Scandinavia’s emphasis on fairness and social cohesion made its economies more resilient to Europe’s crisis?
Are U.S. unions to blame for the troubles of key U.S. industries?