Tag Archives: Facebook

The Double-Faced Digital Revolution

Until now we, as simple “users,” have given little thought to where this profound technical change will lead us.

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Data Privacy: When Angela Merkel Leads From Behind

How the German Chancellor turns big political crises into major reforms. After the NSA scandal, it’s data privacy.

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Connecting on Wall Street

Are male and female financial analysts evaluated on the basis of different criteria?

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The Global Rise of a Regulatory Superstate in Europe

How does Europe exercise world power? Isn’t doing it away from military battlefields a truly modern form of global leadership?

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Today’s Middle East: 1848 Redux?

Will the 2011 revolutions in the Middle East give way to a counterrevolutionary movement that rolls back its reforms?

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Individualism and Civility: 2012 Reflections on de Tocqueville’s 1831 America

Do Americans still do justice to the ideals of individualism that Alexis de Tocqueville believed were embodied by U.S. society?

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Facebook — Not a Disaster, Just a Tale of Old-Fashioned Greed

What were the motivations for Facebook’s owners and investment bank advisors taking the company public?

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How Groupon and LivingSocial Celebrate Deflation in America

Why do social buying websites owe much to the Japanese practice of deflation?

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Can the United States Remain United? A Globalist Special Collection

Why must the United States become a more unified, cohesive society in order to confront its deep-seated issues?

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Pascal Lamy: Whither Globalization?

Is the globalized world of the 21st century being managed with a system — and a mindset — designed for a century that has faded away?

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