Tag Archives: Twitter

Trump: The Eternal, Never-Presidential Campaigner

How Donald Trump has regulated the American public’s right to free speech: Every “Presidential” speech is a campaign event. Protest not allowed.

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When a President Tweets

Should laxer standards of truthfulness and honesty be applied to a U.S. President? Remember the times when U.S. Presidents were viewed as role models and held to a higher standard?

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Trump and Musk: Two Unstable Geniuses Compared

Recognizing what constitutes reality is a minimum job requirement for any leader. While Donald Trump often appears delusional, Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk is so only part of the time.

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Disinformation Campaigns and Public Mistrust

Disinformation needs to be tackled by a troika – individual members of the public, the social media companies and governments.

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Saudi Arabia’s 2030 Mirage

Reformist Saudi prince bounces up against flawed education system and ingrained social mores.

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United States of Twittermania

Reflections on an IPO and beyond.

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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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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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America’s Enduring Advantages

How will the United States deal with the fissures created by globalization and meritocracy?

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