Newsletter # 19 -- September 4, 2018
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We still haven't been adding new posts over the last few weeks as we've been traveling, but we have added several Conflict Frontiers posts and a lot of BI in Context Posts which are included below.
Conflict Frontiers Seminar
- See the Complexity It's not Just "Us versus Them" -- Parties, issues, dynamics, power, and relationships are among the conflict elements one must clearly understand. -- July 25, 2018
- Map the Basic Conflict Elements -- Conflict mapping lets you see what's going on in a conflict, so you can figure out how to engage to have the most positive impact. -- July 26, 2018
- Identify the Core Issues -- Wonder why conflict mapping matters? This video shows how it can totally change your approach to a conflict.- -- July 27, 2018
Beyond Intractability in Context Blog
- What do protests against the war in Vietnam have to teach us about how to effectively protests Trump administration --A Template for ‘Incivility’ -- 08/09/2018
- A provocative exploration of what free speech means (and ought to mean) in the wake of the telecommunications revol-- POLITICS The Age of Reverse Censorship -- 08/08/2018
- A question worth asking, why do so many people feel that Donald Trump is preferable to rule by establishment elites --Anger in America -- 08/08/2018
- An update on Brexit – the other Russian collusion scandal. -- The Other Russia Collusion Scandal Is Breaking Wide Open -- 08/07/2018
- A review of an important new book by Tim Snyder that further explains Russia's revolutionary information warfare ta --The Great Russian Disinformation Campaign -- 08/07/2018
- Interesting and often surprising statistics focused on conflicts between millennial men and women. -- The Gender War Is On! And Fake -- 08/06/2018
- From an historian, practical advice for those looking for ways to resist fascism. -- Post-Fascist Europe Tells Us Exactly How to Defend Our Democracy -- 08/06/2018
- An argument that the meritocratic elite ought to recognize their contribution to the problem and do something about --The 9.9 Percent Is the New American Aristocracy -- 08/05/2018
- Another window into the slippery slope that leads to hate. -- Why can’t we hate men? -- 08/05/2018
- Big question, how do you effectively oppose a political adversary who thinks they can get away with fighting dirty? --Why this political scientist thinks the Democrats have to fight dirty -- 08/04/2018
- Evidence that having too much power can actually damage the way in which we think. -- Power Causes Brain Damage-- 08/04/2018
- A look at the practical difficulties associated with measuring equity with proportional representation. -- ‘A Huge Blind Spot’: Why New York Asians Feel Overlooked -- 08/03/2018
- An explanation of why carbon pricing isn't successfully limiting CO2 emissions and what to do about it. -- Why Carbon Pricing Isn’t Working -- 08/03/2018
Things YOU Can Do To Help Blog
- No new posts since last newsletter.
Conflict Fundamentals Seminar
- No new posts since last newsletter
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