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.
Technology might help countries like India with government services, but it’s no silver bullet for the business of governance.
Despite the desire for strong leadership, India still fears the autocracy of single-party rule and a powerful central leader.
Will India’s policies and projects move forward or be mired in contentiousness and confusion?
Rethinking three dimensions of India’s future.
What are the steps required for India to have a brighter future?
In the battle between governments and markets, can global problems be solved by localization, lateralization, learning and listening?