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Connectivity & interaction

Connectivity & interaction

This section deals with changing connectivity and interaction of the world:

Governance in a century of turbulence
Erosive and transformative forces in the economy.
How will the democratic form of government evolve?.
The changing role of geography as an organising principle.
The consequences of 'nodal' governance in an expert world.
Treading on each others' toes: liberty, regulation and interdependence.
Threats to stability, new frameworks for regulation and peace creation.
Navigating complexity: private options and public consent.
The concept of globalisation.
Risks in the connected economy.
The roots of instability in the finance industry.
The role of telecommunications and the information which it carries.
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