Contagion: Or how Alan Greenspan affected my paycheck
Globalisation is a powerful phenomenon that needs to be examined and understood – Its neither benign nor evil. The existent disparity in India necessitates a more studied and unique approach towards appropriating globalization.
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An Artificial Protest: Occupy Wall Street
The American media has been awash with jubilant exaltations of Occupy Wall Street (OWS). However, despite many claims, the movement is not a transformative revolutionary force. While indubitably there is a small core that is committed to dramatic, even revolutionary, change, they are not representative of most Americans, or even, […]
Occupy Berlin: Serving the clientele
Berliners are also taking part in the global Occupy Wall Street movement. But the Berlin Revolution will have to wait a little… The relatively good economic situation means the masses of the Precariat are not yet on the streets and so far most involved appear to be professional activists. Berlin, […]
“Technology enables #OWS …
… among many other movements”, says Ellen Miller, Co-founder and director of Sunlight Foundation, Washington DC. The Sunlight Foundation is a non-profit, nonpartisan organization that uses the power of the Internet to catalyze greater government openness and transparency, and provides new tools and resources for media and citizens, alike. Sunlight […]
Occupy Wall Street – why on FC_org?
FutureChallenges.org is focussing on Occupy Wall Street – why? For us it’s a good example of what we are talking about – Occupy Wall Street (OWS) gives the correlations of megatrends a real face. It makes FC_org touchable, real! And hopefully better understandable. OWS makes the clash of at least […]