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New Knowledge Base Content
  • 4 Feb 2016 Invitation! Beyond Intractability’s Co-Directors Guy & Heidi Burgess invite you to participate in BI’s new online seminars.
  • 3 Feb 2016Please contribute your ideas to the MOOS! Here's how.
  • 2 Feb 2016The MOOS seminars explore frontier-of-the-field issues, focused on transformation intractable conflicts.
  • 1 Feb 2016MOOS access is easy: the seminars are accessible on mbi-moos.org, Beyond Intractability, Facebook, Twitter, & LinkedIn.
  • 31 Jan 2016Complexity Orientation: Beyond Intractability’s new online (MOOS) Seminars apply systems and complexity-oriented approaches to conflict.
  • 30 Jan 2016BI’s new online (MOOS) Seminars provide a new mechanism for advancing the frontier of the conflict field.
Learning Community News
  • 4 Feb 2016Foreign Policy shares an interesting approach to public education: a BA in international relations in five minutes!
  • 4 Feb 2016Vox EU shares a free mini-book on secular stagnation for those trying to understand the mysteries and threats of today's economy.
  • 4 Feb 2016The New York Times gives a strong argument for the conservative side of a 99% coalition for campaign-finance reform - what about liberals' proposals?
  • 4 Feb 2016Foreign Policy makes a persuasive argument that the treatment of women is one of the best predictors of state stability.
  • 4 Feb 2016In his TED Talk, Wael Ghonim asks the all important question: how can social media help revolutions succeed, and not just happen?
  • 2 Feb 2016Five Thiry Eight shares persuasive charts documenting the intergenerational stability of inequality and have/have-not tensions.

 

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