Christopher G. Moore Updates: 21 March 2014

Dear Readers,

A missing aircraft out of Malaysia, 176 checkpoints/bunkers scattered through Bangkok, guns, bombs, and a region like the Crimea absorbed overnight into Russia makes this an interesting week.

On this Friday, the Constitutional Court will rule on the validity of the 2nd February election. The aftermath of that ruling may have wide implications that ripple throughout the political, social and economic system.

The increase of violence raises many questions.

My essay, Violence: The Next Big Leap, this week focuses on the nature of violence, the traditional ways that violence has been contained, and future game changers hinted at with the future merger of drones with artificial intelligence.

Will the 1% ever find themselves seated in the same vehicle as the 99%?

Check out Violence: The Next Big Leap for a stab at an answer.

Best,
Christopher

   
 

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