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Instead of obstruction by extreme factions, party leaders could construct a new framework to curtail the power of the most disruptive elements.

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Indications are that the growing polarization and “us versus them” culture will stimulate increasingly angry political discourse.

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Assessing the extent to which Iceland’s best practices are replicated by the US medical system

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The term "existential threat" and the threats cited could emerge as key drivers defining the political dialogue as the country moves toward mid-term elections in November.

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Using Strategic Foresight Analysis, I identified six drivers that played a major role in the 2016 presidential campaign and now appear to be even more influential today.

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For decades, I have tracked political instability and insurgencies around the globe, assuming that the indicators I developed would never have relevance for the United States.

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Cognitive psychology teaches that most people expect change to be incremental and that past patterns usually repeat themselves.

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As reported in the October blog, I recently spent three weeks in a hospital bed in Iceland.

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