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Despite improved communication technologies and other technical advances, traditional polling continually fails to accurately measure public sentiment or predict election outcomes. Polling fails because it ignores the most critical element that influences voting: identity. In the past year, we’ve been left with our jaws on...

In a highly connected, activist-charged world, commercial marketing matters more than ever before. If leveraged correctly, social media can be a powerful corporate tool. It allows companies to connect with customers directly and provides them with feedback and information to better understand customers and to...

For the first time in decades violent crime is on the rise in U.S. cities across the country. Allegations of police violence and anti-police protests are now commonplace. The situation is becoming unmanageable. And despite the hundreds of millions of dollars that have been spent...

Protests over corruption and impunity are erupting almost daily in countries across the globe. Although tensions between the dominant minority and the marginalized majority have always existed, they are worsening in a globalized world marred by increasing inequality. A new global trend is evolving as...

Wind farm companies, CEMEX and Vestas, have stolen land and failed to deliver on promises to the indigenous people of Oaxaca, Mexico resulting in increased social tensions, unrest, and protest across the region. Recent articles in the New York Times and the Mexico News Daily...

The Dominican Republic’s political and economic stability is at a crucial juncture. The Odebrecht corruption scandal ignited a spark and transformed the way Dominican citizens view corruption, the government, and President Medina. The Green movement embodies the evolution of public perceptions and provides insights into...

May is wrong to believe that Conservatives will sweep the UK general election because she does not understand the power behind emotionally charged issues central to the electorate’s identities. Like her predecessor David Cameron, May will witness first-hand the growing divide between politicians and constituents. Prime...

The Justice Against the Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA) is one of the most controversial and complex pieces of national security legislation in recent years. It enables private US citizens to sue foreign governments over alleged support of terrorist groups. The heated controversy about JASTA...

The Intelligence Community (IC) is already irrelevant and on the verge of becoming obsolete. Appointments in the new administration, its failure to adapt methods and tradecraft in a world of evolving security threats, and the inability to develop new sources of information make it even...

Jeffrey Immelt, the CEO of GE, argued in May that “globalization is being attacked as never before.” Politicians and populations, across a diverse spectrum of demographics in every continent, increasingly challenge free trade and global integration. This bold claim by the leader of one of...