Memory In The Age Of Impunity

There were once ‘grand narratives’ that explained everything from the behaviour of states to literature. The collapse of connected storylines calls for new thinking that binds us. from Manila to Silicon Valley to Moscow. Read More Here

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Stories That Can’t End Well

After almost a century in which economic policymaking was the preserve of technocrats and social scientists, scholars from narrative-based disciplines have begun to feature prominently in policy debates. But by using partial knowledge to advance specific policy prescriptions, they have become even more dangerous than economists. Read Here – Project Syndicate

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