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The contents of this blog highlight geopolitical, ethno-religious, and socio-cultural issues from around the world. Contributions are made by ENODO Global, Inc. and its strategic partners.

Political campaigns have become increasingly inept and are out of touch with constituents’ worldviews. Nowhere is this more obvious than in the rise of poorly made, cringe-worthy political ads currently plastered across digital platforms and TV channels. Bad ads are a bipartisan issue that plague the midterms, fatigue constituents across the political spectrum, and do very little to win the hearts and minds of voters. “Campaign ads are notoriously bad. This midterm season, however, politicians and campaign teams have outdone themselves.” The number of campaign ads aired...

Advocacy groups face a multitude of challenges that are complicated by the need to simultaneously manage stakeholders: clients, lawmakers, and the general public. Moreover, advocacy efforts have become increasingly complex as a result of social media, which continuously shapes public opinion and serves as a platform to amplify competing viewpoints from organizations, individuals, activist groups, and consumers. “Social media has transformed the political process – advocacy groups need tools to understand and shape public perceptions if they want to remain relevant.” ENODO combines cutting-edge “Social Listening” tools...

“It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it." – Warren Buffet When companies encounter events that threaten their reputations, they turn to public relations (PR) firms, risk consultants, and marketing experts to manage the crisis. Many firms offer the latest tech-based “solutions” that involve buying ads, “bot farms,” and online “troll factories,” which disseminate automated messages across social media on a massive scale. Such efforts, designed to artificially boost positive sentiment, may contain the crisis – at least in the...

So I'm here at my Dad's in the Villages, Florida. In his den, he points to a chair and says that is mine, while I'm here. We start watching some television on his giant big screen TV- the NFL Channel. The Hall of Fame Enshrinement is tonight. Of all the guys going in on this ballot, I notice one that has been a long time in coming. That is the HOF enshrinement of Jerry Kramer. I read his book when I was a kid in the...

FBI statistics confirm, the national violent crime rate has dropped 48% between 1993 and 2016. Additionally, declines in the number of both violent crimes and property crimes have been reported for the first half of 2017 when compared with the first half of 2016, according to the FBI’s Preliminary Semiannual Uniform Crime Report. Law enforcement officials and political leaders often attribute the success to data analytics tools and high-tech solutions that inform policing tactics and deter criminals; which are used to allay public concerns about...

Social Risk is the number one source of disruption in our world today and the greatest threat to public and private sector organizations around the globe. It remains, however, largely misunderstood, ill-defined, and unaccounted for in traditional risk analysis – leaving governments and businesses alike highly vulnerable to its negative effects. Social Risk has increased exponentially in recent years, in both frequency and magnitude. New communications technologies and the rise of social media amplify the grievances and voices of ordinary people and give populations more power...

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