Can US automakers win the race for future dominance in the e-vehicles market?
Innovations in public decision-making and consensus-building require a richness of participation and inclusion, not just tech tools.
Direct democracy is now easier than ever. But raw public input without first improving democratic processes is dangerous.
It is not enough for a democracy in the 21st century to make decisions by up-down majoritarian votes.
Can we still stop a world of technological totalitarianism?
The loser in the Air Berlin game, as the government played it, are Germany’s citizens, consumers and air travelers.
Worried about social media helping to create popular movements, China runs an elaborate system of censorship and manipulation.
As there are no “good” solutions to the Brexit conundrum, it’s time to focus on the practicality of the least “bad” one.
Under Xi Jinping, will China opt for a “new totalitarianism,” the current “hard authoritarianism,” turn back to a sort of “soft authoritarianism” or move toward a “semi-democracy”?
Technology might help countries like India with government services, but it’s no silver bullet for the business of governance.