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Strong European backing for Ukraine leaves ‘little space’ for exploitation of pro-Russian politics, study shows

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain Strong support for Ukraine means there is “little space” for European politicians to exploit pro-Russia foreign policy messages, a new study shows. Researchers have found widespread backing for Ukraine across the continent, and for policies that help the nation, such as imposing sanctions on Russia. But public opinion is more mixed

For female fashion models, job security and sexual harassment are often intertwined

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Modeling is a dream occupation for many young women, but for those who make modeling a career, finding work can be a traumatic, sexualized nightmare, a Rutgers University-New Brunswick study finds. To land a modeling job—the first photo shoot, the next gig—models must constantly network, an essential element of entrepreneurial labor.

Blurring the line between planetary and human health spans

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain Days before the G7 Hiroshima Summit in May, scholars delivered a call to act on the planet’s health to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, a monument to atomic weapons’ apocalyptic threat that shook Albert Einstein to utter in 1946 his oft-quoted plea for humanity’s survival: “… a new type of thinking

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