We recognized, consciously or not, that Robin Williams was a man who stood apart, who didn’t quite fit in, but who had ingenious ways to make us laugh at the systemic madness we’ve created. Read More
Each side in a conflict thinks it's the victim Read More
How can leaders judge their enemies' intentions? How should Presidents Obama and Putin think about what the other is thinking? They should focus on enemy behaviors at crucial pattern breaks.
Would you bet all your money on a horse race, if you had a system to predict the winner? One woman did, and her story reveals much about how we make decisions. Read More
Zachary Shore, D.Phil, is an author and historian of international conflict who focuses on decision making.
It can take a radical reboot to get past old hurts and injustices.