Why different values matter when people make political arguments
Is it democracy if there is nobody to vote for who represents your views?
On the 16/2 the US Department of Justice announced that it was indicating 13 Russian individuals for actively interfering in the 2016 US Presidential election. What had been suspected for quite some time, now seems sufficiently evidenced.
The recent polarization of public opinion on major societal issues has seen a rise in dogmatic thinking and failure of discourse. The psychology of cult behaviour can give valuable insight into why people are drawn to ideologies and what can be done to open the public debate.
How should policymakers go about improving the outcomes of the labour market in France?
What is it that makes a society truly free – and what can we do that it remains that way?
Big Data and the Art of Political Persuasion