Consider for a moment the multitude of forces affecting the UK; from terrorism, the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, immigration, pandemics and climate change to the impact of fragile states on the global community and the growth of organised
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Introduction by Jonathan Kestenbaum, NESTA CEO - Media Player - NESTA
“Elites have a lot of leverage but less than they used to,” says Peter Leyden, director of the New Politics Institute in San Francisco. “More people are getting their voices heard.” Mr. Leyden sees an emergent American “republic of innovation,” where grow
“Over the past 10 years the government’s investment and reform have delivered massive improvements in our public services. Waiting lists have shortened, crime figures have fallen, and the performances of local authorities have vastly improved. But the pub
Last week a phrase dropped from the lips of a Brownite minister that we have not heard for a long while: "public service ethic".
The difficulties faced by 2ºC are raised in a report by NESTA, the publicly-funded body that champions innovation, to show how some green technologies are strugggling to get off the ground.
Another change is the creation of a new national-security committee, chaired by the prime minister, which will replace three separate cabinet committees covering aspects of the matter. This approach is an improvement, if a recipe for epic squabbling, says
Acknowledging a rising trend of radicalism, Muslim leaders and imams will huddle together on Saturday, July 7, to discuss practical ways to fight extremism and help authorities in their mission.
“I don’t see the threat diminishing,” says Kroll’s Bob Grenier, who served 27 years with the CIA before moving to the private sector.