Governments around the world are using stealthy strategies to manipulate the media
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It comes down to two words: biology and technology.
The world is about to discover that the substantial and totally unexpected drop in the price of crude oil may be as disruptive as the shock of oil price hikes in 1974.
What stories will make headlines in 2015? The truth is nobody knows.
Will corruption and criminality once again wipe out the country’s successes?
What does economic opportunity mean? That depends on where you live.
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The End of Power is ranked number ten for the month of February in the New York Times Best Sellers List
Mark Zuckerberg’s first selection for his book club, Moises Naím’s The End of Power, was an apt one.
The book that seems to be getting everyone talking this year is ‘The End of Power’ by Moises Naim, a former Venezuelan government minister.
MARK ZUCKERBERG’S FAVORITE SCHOLAR ASKS THE ULTIMATE QUESTION: HOW DO WE GET POWER AND HOW DO WE USE IT?
It’s not who has it. It’s how long you keep it.