We live in an age where apps wars between major nations have geo-technological fallout.
Collective intelligence is needed to build a new multilateralism for the 21st century.
In absolute terms, all states or groups of states around the globe are going to emerge weakened from the 2020 coronavirus crisis.
Beyond containing the COVID 19 virus, we must also contain the “infodemic” — the glut of misinformation from various sources. What does that take?
The coronavirus crisis has become the third great globalization shock of this still relatively new century — after the 9/11 attacks in 2001 and the fall of Lehman Brothers in September 2008.
There are big questions about the viability of the EU in the era of IT dominating technological innovation as well as in an era dominated once again by geopolitics.
The decade that has just ended, the 2010s, was marked by the crisis that began in 2007-08, and it was accompanied by the onset of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
More than any other, these EU elections are a battleground to determine the future direction of the European project.
India has achieved massive technological advances which are transforming its society. The current elections are evidence of this.