Wilson Quarterly Fall 2022: Global Supply Chains - Focus on Uyghur Human Rights and the Fashion Industry
In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we highlight the Fall 2022 edition of the Wilson Quarterly, “As Strong as Our Weakest Link,” with the help of editor Stephanie Bowen. Also joining us is journalist and contributor Alden Wicker, who discusses her article, “Could the Uyghur Human Rights Crisis Finally Force Fashion to Reveal Its Supply Chain?” The article examines how blockchain technology might finally push the fashion industry into a new era of transparency.
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