Possibilities for Russian-US Nuclear Security Cooperation | Tejas Rao

By continuing to learn from each other’s experiences regarding nuclear terrorism and by addressing GICNT member states’ concerns and desired goals as a united team, the United States and Russia can advance the cooperation amongst themselves and internationally regarding the issue of combating nuclear terrorism. Continue reading Possibilities for Russian-US Nuclear Security Cooperation | Tejas Rao

Is There Illiberal Democracy? A Problem With No Semantic Solution | Jeffrey C. Isaac

The totalitarian regimes, in short, represented lethal, and morally and politically objectionable, efforts (mutations?) to institute a kind of anti-liberal, populistic democracy. They were hostile to liberal democracy—in part, in the name of an alternative conception of democracy. Continue reading Is There Illiberal Democracy? A Problem With No Semantic Solution | Jeffrey C. Isaac

On the Social Media Ideology | Geert Lovink

The slogan “You are what you share” (Charles Leadbeater) expresses the transformation of the autonomous unit of the self into an outgoing entity that is constantly reproducing its social capital through the transmission of value (data) to others. Let’s face it: we refuse to perceive ourselves as “slaves of the machine.” Continue reading On the Social Media Ideology | Geert Lovink