Newslet We live in the age of cognitive capitalism, where, among other things, corporations, political parties and ‘thought leaders’ compete ferociously for attention and mindshare, which, predictably, leads to two related outcomes: The ‘identitization’ of knowledge -
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A Indian take on the Chinese view of the Biden Transition
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Newslet What with fake news and some people thinking the elections have obviously been stolen and others thinking the election was the most secure elec…
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Voting that counts
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