Governance

How Not to Lose an Airplane in Flight

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Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 would not have been lost if the International Air Transport Association (IATA) recommendations that came out of the report into the crash of Air France 447 over the South Atlantic in 2009 had been adopted.

Latest Climate Panel Report Assesses Current and Future Risk

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Climate change and global warming remains a "hot" topic, no pun intended. In the latest release, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) describes the current impact of planetary warming, where we humans are vulnerable in the near future, and how we will have to adapt. With its opening statement, "Human interference with the climate system is occurring," the report no longer hedges on probability and pulls no punches in describing the near future. What is the big picture?

The Future of War Post-Crimea

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Today, in the era of the War on Terror, we no longer pit armies against armies in front line battlefield confrontations like the ones that characterized past wars.

Why is Admitting to the Reality of Climate Change So Difficult for Politicians and Large Corporations?

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"It requires more than technology or financial resources. It demands that we switch from a world where short term economic gains are the strongest driver of individual and collective choices, to a world were future risks—natural or economic—weigh significantly on contemporary decisions."

China Releases Its Urban Planning to 2020

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Last Sunday, China continued its great human engineering experiment in China continued last Sunday by unveiling its transition to an urban-centered future.

Tomorrow We Will Know More About the State of Our Future

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March 19, 2014 - The Millennium Project will publish its 2013-2014 report, "The State of the Future," tomorrow. This global think tank produces an annual review of humanity's prospects.

The foreign policy of regime change can trigger World War 3

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Michael Lee's picture

It’s September, 2099. Time Magazine is bringing out a 21st Century Retrospective issue which will hit the newsagents and book stores worldwide in December. The senior news editor has commissioned a leading historian, Dr Joe White, head of the Stanford department of history, to write a political overview for the news magazine’s special edition.

Scottish Independence

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Some Scots want independence and their leader Salmond promises that he will deliver a land of milk and honey. I wrote a few months on some reasons I don’t think they should go their own way.

Society and Politics Today: The Empowerment of Individuals and Social Groups

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March 10, 2014 - It strikes me today that the cynicism that accompanies our political discourse is a symptom of a growing disconnect between those who govern and those who are governed. We are seeing evidence of this everywhere across the globe. And this is leading to the emergence of a sovereign citizen movement.

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