A new book draws from thousands of years of history to show that innovation flourishes in egalitarian settings and is stifled by cut-throat by competition.
It’s high time to come up with a new model of economic growth and innovation that works for all of us.
The war abroad and the war at home are both fueled by a fear of encroaching chaos — and it’s hard to miss the racist subtext.
For the first event in OUR NEW LOCATION IPS, and the Democracy Collaborative, will host a brownbag talk and signing with authors Robert McChesney and John Nichols to discuss “the fight against a Jobless economy and a citizenless democracy.”
State officials are allowing tax dollars to underwrite K-12 virtual disasters.
We’ve heard from dozens of readers as far away as Poland but hundreds of emails were probably lost.
Can new technologies become part of the new economy movement? High tech companies seem more participatory, less hierarchical, and more community-oriented than traditional industries.
Since it is the 200th anniversary of the British Luddite protests this month, that movement has been getting some attention.
The World Expo in Shanghai showcases the airbrushed future and polarized present in China.
The weakening of the U.S.-Israel relationship will remap the Middle East but also likely usher in a new Pax Americana in the region.
The Afghan army is the fulcrum of U.S. counter-insurgency strategy. But as a new documentary reveals, that army’s loyalty is at best unclear.
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There are some aspects of our tech-powered reality where we should be pressing “pause” instead of “fast-forward.”
Maybe the secret to reunification in the Korean peninsula is winning over hearts and stomachs.
The Dutch are leaving Afghanistan. Who benefits? The antiwar right wing.