The Roundtable: Shaping Race and Gender Identity in America
In the development of racial self-awareness, some of the strongest signals have always been social.
The Roundtable: NFTs, Oceans, and Activism in Puerto Rico
Local artists describe their work in the context of the island's burgeoning NFT and activist worlds.
The Roundtable: Is Abortion Just Another "Women's Issue"?
The gender politics around abortion is deeper and more complex than recent headlines might suggest.
The Roundtable: Mental Health and Guns, from Inner-Cities to the Suburbs
The gun debate is increasingly intersecting with the growing conversation about mental health in America.
The Interview: Forget "Selling Out"—Artists are "Selling In" to their Fans
When fans fund artists with NFTs, they become owners with a shared stake in that artist's success.
The Interview: NFTS, Creators, and the Rise of Active Fan Communities
Relationships between content creators and fan communities will be marked by a new dynamism in a Web3 world.
The Interview: Where is U.S. Diplomatic Leadership in Ukraine?
Washington should show more diplomatic initiative and resolve to end the war in Ukraine, argues a retired Army general and former undersecretary of defense.
The Roundtable: How the Network Effect Explains the Bitcoin Boom
As user bases increase, cryptocurrencies can experience non-linear growth.
The Interview: Could the U.S. Have Prevented the Invasion of Ukraine?
A former army general argues that Washington could have reacted earlier and employed more of its diplomatic resources to keep Russia at bay.
The Roundtable: What Do We Really Know About Mental Health and Mass Shootings?
In the debate over gun violence, mental illness has become a common talking point. But the relationship is little understood.
The Roundtable: Boutique Air is Ready for Boarding
Accessibly priced, small-scale charter airlines are the future of commercial flying—not unresponsive monopolies.
The Roundtable: On Infrastructure, the Best Motto is "Think Globally, Act Locally"
The ongoing airline and supply chain crises are caused by a tangle of international factors, but local and state-level infrastructure interventions can help.
The Roundtable: Who Benefits from Structural Polarization?
In the U.S. political and media economies, there's votes to be won and money to be made by dividing Americans into hostile camps.
The Roundtable: Race and the History of Gun Control
The racist origins of modern gun control can complicate the political math for many Black Americans otherwise disposed to support reform.
The Roundtable: The Future of Entertainment is Peer-to-Peer
In the near future, the blockchain will allow independent entertainers to flourish by connecting them and other creators directly to fans and audiences.
The Interview: Media Literacy in an Age of Information Overload
In an oversaturated information ecosystem, it's more vital than ever to choose our sources wisely.