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Transforming Constitutional Transformations
Transforming Constitutional Transformations  


October 3, 2012  

The Arab Spring has laid bare important contradictions in best practices in constitution-making in transitional states Constitutional... 

Poor People in Fewer Poor States
Poor People in Fewer Poor States  


June 6, 2012  

Selling the rich on the need to help the less rich and more unequal The development picture for this early new century... 

Financial Futures Beyond Money
Financial Futures Beyond Money  


February 6, 2012  

Deteriorating trust in paper currencies may well usher in a return to a more sophisticated version of the pre-money world... 

Federalism Over the Next 20 Years
Federalism Over the Next 20 Years  


October 19, 2011  

The future may not always be democratic, but where and when countries do democratize, the pressures for federalization may... 

Rewiring the Global Brain
Rewiring the Global Brain  


June 27, 2011  

How new communications technologies and old-fashioned human organization and trust can facilitate new century dialogues In... 

Sci-Tech and the Future of Intelligence
Sci-Tech and the Future of Intelligence  


February 18, 2011  

Wikileaks, Tunisia’s Jasmine Revolution, Egypt and how to narrow the range of uncertainty in an ever uncertain world   Retired... 

Global Business Futures
Global Business Futures  


October 13, 2010  

One decade out, prepare for unexpected winners and losers   In both the science of chaos theory and the science-fiction... 

The Russians are Stressed
The Russians are Stressed  


June 14, 2010  

And Russia is stressed too – which is why the world ought to take note Little known fact: The transition to a market economy... 

No Requiem for the Greenback
No Requiem for the Greenback  


February 19, 2010  

Why the Dollar Will Live to See Another Day In recent years, investors have flocked to gold, driving its price to an all-time... 

Global Oil Demand by 2015
Global Oil Demand by 2015  


November 1, 2009  

On oil’s collapse and the Middle East’s plunge into irrelevance - maybe If the Middle East did not sit on half of the... 

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