What we know about Jewish people and the November election

As a professor who has been studying campaigns, elections, and the Jewish community for close to two decades now, it is important to note that as the 2020 election cycle winds down, it will take ....

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Electronic voting machines and their software: Q&A with cybersecurity expert Bryson Bort

The Internet is rife with theories about voting machines and how they can be hacked. Various self-proclaimed smarties about computing have expounded theories as to how the Democrats changed votes. These theories have gotten shared ....

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A powerful conversation on standing against tyranny

Periods of expansive tyranny have a tendency to bring out the worst elements of societies, but also the best: heroic personages whose struggle against authoritarianism nourishes the fight for freedom around the world, and for ....

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The dangerous headlines of The New York Times

As the nation continues to sort out the aftermath of a deeply divided presidential election, many narratives will emerge and citizens should be guarded and skeptical about them. This is because many in the media ....

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5 questions for Mervyn King on managing uncertainty and employing expertise

When can we rely on the predictions and projections of experts, and when are policymakers simply forced to deal with uncertainty? In the latter event, how should uncertainty be handled? I recently discussed these questions, ....

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Decision-making in an age of radical uncertainty: My long-read Q&A with Mervyn King

So much of our policy debates rely on predictions, projections, and probabilities. What will the results of the upcoming election be? How will this policy affect economic growth? How big of a threat is climate ....

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