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If the myths unravel, so does the society.
AI (ant intelligence) is nature’s computer.
Seeking national advantage can threaten human preservation.
The Glasgow climate summit will tell.
French philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy looks back on his life and times.
Focus on the future, not the past, says former California Governor Jerry Brown.
So far, the leaps in energy-intensive computing power far outpace the lagging shift to a green economy.
Integrating carbon trading markets is an embryonic step toward planetary realism.
Where technology and its consequences go, the religious imagination follows.
All want protection, not war with China.
The “struggle for recognition” drives both anti-elite populism and identity politics.
In the U.S., innovation comes from the states.
An array of new actors beyond formal international relations are emerging to cope with pandemics, climate change and geopolitical pandemonium.
Former California Gov. Jerry Brown ponders if the “pluribus” can still join as “unum.”
China’s “socialist market economy” won’t mimic Western-style capitalism just as democracy has not followed from prosperity.