These articles represent a PROUT analysis of important current issues, written by PROUT activists
A pandemic – suddenly they are closing borders and the world feels different. What will it come to? There is a freeze on immigration; will there be a cutback on imported goods as well? It feels like we are being asked to do more on a very local level. Suddenly our sense of control is reduced. Maybe that is why
Far from being lazy and entitled, Millennials are dealing with an increasingly extractive economic situation, in which longer hours, higher demand for efficiency, and increased productivity are expected while there are no long term guarantees of stability.
Tyler Rankin examines the challenges facing his generation and how Prout can offer a way through the Age of Discontent.
Since the Thatcher and Reagan era, tax cuts for the rich have been spouted as the best way to stimulate the economy. Recently, this trend has changed. For the first time in decades, progressive voices are calling for increased taxation of the rich. T Shanks ponders this vital question.
A recent UN report warns: The global capitalist system is on the verge of collapse. Roar Bjonnes looks at the solutions that lie beyond the scope of Green Capitalism.
Swearing, lies and vicious attacks on his opponents. Trump has set a precedent for flying in the face of political correctness and diplomacy, spurning a new trend in abrasive political rhetoric. Tim Shanks explores how ethical leaders can express themselves in the changing world of civic discourse.