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Nick Kristoff

Open Letter Poem

Carol Muske-Dukes | Posted 01.13.2015 | Politics
Carol Muske-Dukes

I'm a poet. Who listens to poets? Nobody! But since it seems to me that very few other women (with some exceptions) are pushing back against this ongoing and universal assault on our sex, I've (yes!) written a poem of protest. Laughable? I intend to write more about this gender war.

Label Yourself and Your Business Before Someone Else Does

Kare Anderson | Posted 04.02.2014 | Business
Kare Anderson

Interestingness is the instigator, the hardy pigeon that can carry your message most anywhere. Interestingness makes a message get heard above the noi...

GlobalGiving: The Opportunity to Give Where It's Personally Meaningful

Alice Korngold | Posted 08.19.2013 | Impact
Alice Korngold

You can support solutions run by innovative, grassroots projects and organizations that are working to educate children, feed the hungry, build houses, train women (and men) with job skills, and hundreds of other amazing things.

Is Banking Immoral? Wrong Question.

Jedediah Purdy | Posted 03.21.2012 | Business
Jedediah Purdy

This is how we've learned to talk about our economy: as a matter of personal virtue and vice, from the overdrawn consumer to the one-percenter with the fifteen percent tax rate and some senators' private numbers in his iPhone.

Here's Occupy Wall Street's "One Demand": Sanity

Richard (RJ) Eskow | Posted 12.03.2011 | Politics
Richard (RJ) Eskow

The fact that the movement doesn't make demands of Wall Street -- or Washington, for that matter -- doesn't mean it doesn't have demands. It does, but they're not directed at Wall Street, or K Street, or Pennsylvania Avenue. They're directed at you.

What Do Jim Grant and Melanne Verveer Have in Common?

Stephenie Foster | Posted 06.21.2011 | Impact
Stephenie Foster

If we are successful at mainstreaming gender and valuing women and girls, we will have better outcomes across the board.

The Future of Aid and Development?

Tom Murphy | Posted 05.25.2011 | Impact
Tom Murphy

One thing that is of interest is that many recent aid projects are mostly started by women and for women. Can this cause a positive shift in development? Or, could it create new problems which need to be addressed?

HuffPost Review: Half the Sky

Bill Gates, Sr. | Posted 09.27.2011 | World
Bill Gates, Sr.

What Nick Kristoff and Sheryl WuDunn have done is lay out a case for why empowering women in the developing world is both morally right and strategically imperative.

Kristof's Monument to Passivism On Tiananmen Sq Aniversary

Matt Browner Hamlin | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Matt Browner Hamlin

Unfortunately, what Nick Kristof does today is ensure that his readers will continue to ignore the moral imperative to help people achieve freedom and democracy.

Nicholas Kristof: China's Political Freedom Likely To Increase

CFR | Posted 05.25.2011 | World

Interviewee: Nicholas D. Kristof, Columnist, The New York Times Interviewer: Bernard Gwertzman, Consulting Editor, New York Times columnist ...

Obama, Please Ignore Kristof For Now

Melissa Gira Grant | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Melissa Gira Grant

The Bush administration has supported the raids of Cambodian brothels for at least as long as Kristof has been demanding they step up a fight they are already in -- and losing.

Nicholas Kristoff is Wrong

Elaine Petrocelli | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Elaine Petrocelli

Unlike Madoff, few of us can give huge sums to a designated charity that will enable us to get into an exclusive country club where we can meet the right business contacts.

Stop the Heirs!

Matt Miller | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Matt Miller

Caroline Kennedy is a fine lady, but Nick Kristof has it right regarding the aristocratization of American politics. Nothing's changed since my entry on this demoralizing phenomenon back in March 2001.

Jason Linkins

Kristof Offers Nonsensical Support For McCain | Jason Linkins | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics

McCain is the world's worst panderer, mainly because his pandering is exacerbated by a stunning ineptness. Somehow, all of McCain's inconsistencies strike Kristof as laudable.