Other developed nations have much more progressive family-leave policies than the U.S. does, writes Judith Warner, senior fellow at the Center for American Progress. However, around the world, the policies that are available don't necessarily help women reach leadership positions. These policies "have proved successful in keeping women at work, in at least some capacity," she writes. "But they've been extremely disappointing so far in helping them advance and truly rise as far as their ambitions and talents might take them."

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