Jacinda Ardern 引起了全世界的關注。她將如何使用它?
Jacinda Ardern 的歷史來得很快。幾年前2017年，在擔任了幾個月的地方議會議員後，她成為了首相候選人。在這個擁有480萬人口的太平洋島國，她是一名千禧年女性，在最後時刻被推入了一場選舉，以重振她一蹶不振的政黨。在競選只剩七周的時候，她召集了足夠的選票和盟友組建了政府。在她得知自己懷了第一個孩子的同時，她正式成為了國家領導人。在過去的一年裡，她遭遇了極右翼極端分子製造的大規模槍擊事件，一座突然活躍而致命的火山，以及最近一種全球病毒，這種病毒起源於她國家最重要的貿易夥伴。
A Year After Christchurch, Jacinda Ardern Has the World’s Attention. How Will She Use It?
The New Zealand prime minister earned international acclaim for her leadership in the face of tragedy. Now she has to persuade her country to keep the faith
History came fast at Jacinda Ardern. Just a few years ago, in 2017, having been a local Member of Parliament for a matter of months, she became a Hail Mary candidate for Prime Minister, a millennial woman thrown into an election at the last minute to resurrect the fortunes of her slumping party in a Pacific Island nation of 4.8 million people. With a mere seven weeks left in the campaign, she put together enough votes and allies to form a government. She officially became her country’s leader around the same time she learned she was pregnant with her first child. In the past year, she has been confronted with a mass shooting committed by a far-right extremist, a suddenly active and deadly volcano and, most recently, a global virus that originated in her nation’s most important trading partner.