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    1. Province takes meaningful steps toward climate change strategy | Alberta.ca
    2. Pessimism about climate change does not justify inaction | Al Jazeera America
    3. War Machines Are Developing Faster Than Our Ability to Regulate Them | Big Think
    4. Healthy Congress Index | Bipartisan Policy Center
    5. American cities increased their use of civic engagement tools during the Great Recession, but did not fully embrace citizen involvement in decision-making | USAPP
    6. ?Unusual suspects? Effects of technology on citizen engagement | Let's Talk Development
    7. Civil Society in Syria: A Milestone for Sustainable Peace : Building Peace
    8. Peacebuilding with Local Citizens : Building Peace
    9. Connectors and Dividers in Online Spaces : Building Peace
    10. Escaping Crisis, Embracing Data: A Path to Recovery in Zimbabwe : Building Peace
    11. The Shrinking Space for Online Civic Engagement : Building Peace
    12. Civil Power and the Partner State – Commons TransitionCommons Transition
    13. Closed in and crowded out: urbanising against the city – Commons TransitionCommons Transition
    14. Text, Talk, Act is back and powered by this amazing team! | Creating Community Solutions
    15. The Strategic Cost of Torture, Racism, and Bigotry | Center for Strategic and International Studies
    16. Wealth Inequality in the US, 2014 Edition | democracycollaborative.org
    17. There’s No Such Thing as Peacetime | Foreign Policy
    18. Summit to Nowhere | Foreign Policy
    19. Andrew Coyne: Politicians lie because there is no incentive to tell the truth | National Post
    20. How Mindfulness Can Defeat Racial Bias | Greater Good
    21. "What is your business in Council?" – My experience trying to participate in the City of Cape Town's budget | Groundup
    22. WorkFlowy Is a One List to Rule Them All Organization Tool
    23. Introducing Instant Articles | Facebook Media
    24. Oh, Harris. Oh, Chomsky | Metamoderna
    25. Psychologists Have Uncovered a Troubling Feature of People Who Seem Nice All the Time – Mic
    26. Why Piketty isn't Marx – Le Monde diplomatique – English edition
    27. Andrew Coyne: The case for watching our language on Islamism | National Post
    28. New era: Alberta NDP spends extra $624M, but introduces tax hike on wealthy to pay for it | National Post
    29. Let’s discuss Open Co-ops and Commons on Discourse! | Open Co-op Commons
    30. New algorithm can separate unstructured text into topics with high accuracy and reproducibility
    31. Ali Soufan Interviewed on PBS Frontline: Has the U.S.’ Counterterrorism Policy Worked in Yemen? | The Soufan Group
    32. TSG Report Quoted in The Guardian: It’s Dangerous to be so Cosy with the Gulf’s Autocrats | The Soufan Group
    33. Rethinking capitalism, starting in the classroom
    34. [Op-Ed] We Need a Yelp for Civic Engagement to Get the 21st Century Democracy We Want | TechPresident
    35. Why the Iran Nuke Talks Might Fail | The Diplomat
    36. The Nuclear Implications of Iran-Pakistan Tensions | The Diplomat
    37. Russian Intelligence in Kyrgyzstan, Cold War Redux | The Diplomat
    38. Outgoing US Defense Secretary Hagel Warns of Limits of Military Power | The Diplomat
    39. Your Guide to the UN Climate Change Talks | The Diplomat
    40. New urbanism isn't just for liberals — conservatives should embrace it too
    41. Playing the Long Game
    42. Financing the Ecovillage Movement | Converting Businesses to Worker Co-ops | GEO Weekly Newsletter
    43. How We Create “Policymaking Simulations” | Voice Of the People | Campaign for a Citizen Cabinet
    44. What Works Scotland: Closing the commissioning gap: Supporting community and social enterprise through participatory budgeting
    45. Journal / Participatory budgeting: community X-Factor or civic pedagogy? | The Academy of Urbanism
    46. MIT Science Prof Threatens to Undo Everything Religious Right Holds Dear | Alternet
    47. Why Are Americans So Easy to Manipulate and Control? | Alternet
    48. The Rigged Economic System: Why No One Can End Reagan’s “Dead Wrong” Voodoo Economics | Alternet
    49. How Our Media Is Helping America Turn into a Land of Political Idiots | Alternet
    50. Here's How 7 of Bernie's Economic Proposals Would Radically Improve the Majority of Americans' Lives | Alternet
    51. How the Wealthy Rob Our Most Productive People | Alternet
    52. Robert Reich: The Wealthy Have Pulled America Back to the 19th Century | Alternet
    53. Are We Becoming a Theocracy? 4 Fundamentalist Ideologies That Threaten America | Alternet
    54. Episode 59: John Adams & John Marshall
    55. Republicans, Democrats and Libertarians Launch Structural Congressional Reform Effort | Business Wire
    56. The Libertarian Mind: A Manifesto for Freedom | Cato Institute
    57. Journalist Jane Mayer follows money trail to billionaires behind U.S. radical right – Home | The Current with Anna Maria Tremonti | CBC Radio
    58. Doctors face uncharted territory with doctor assisted suicide ruling | The Current with Anna Maria Tremonti | CBC Radio
    59. World Forum for Democracy
    60. 'Dear Humanity, We Have a Systems Problem': New Project Aims to Promote Deep Solutions, Radical Transformation | Common Dreams | Breaking News & Views for the Progressive Community
    61. My War on Terror: Letter to an Unknown American Patriot | Common Dreams | Breaking News & Views for the Progressive Community
    62. Tools and Tips | The Communications Network
    63. Compact for America Compact for a Balanced Budget | Got Fewer than 2 Minutes to Learn How to Save the Republic?
    64. Compact for America Compact for a Balanced Budget | The Ultimate Compact for America Pitch! Seven Reasons Why the Compact for a Balanced Budget is Best
    65. Decisive proof of "conservative distrust in science"? You tell me… – Cultural Cognition Blog – Weekend update:
    66. Group conflict and risk perceptions: two accounts – Cultural Cognition Blog –
    67. Should we care about the public's *climate science* literacy? – Cultural Cognition Blog – What is "ordinary climate science intelligence" *for*?
    68. Will thorium save us from climate change? | Science Matters | David Suzuki Foundation
    69. ‘Supply side’ deficiencies in our parties, parliament, and local government each contribute to our democratic malaise : Democratic Audit UK
    70. Britain is facing a crisis of democracy but the main parties cannot respond : Democratic Audit UK
    71. 6 Ways to Better Manage Your Focus and Improve Your Productivity
    72. Paolo Spada | Participatory Budgeting's Global Success | Foreign Affairs
    73. The Right Way to Lose a War: America in an Age of Unwinnable Conflicts | Foreign Policy Research Institute
    74. America’s “Anti-ISIS Coalition” Never existed. There is No “US-led war on ISIS” | Global Research – Centre for Research on Globalization
    75. The Two Contending Visions of World Government: The Origin and Broader Context of Obama’s “Trade” Deals | Global Research – Centre for Research on Globalization
    76. Violence: The American Way of Life | Global Research – Centre for Research on Globalization
    77. Municipal Recipes – Guerrilla Translation!
    78. Ash Award for Innovation in Governance: Harvard Kennedy School – HKS Live
    79. Irvin and Stansbury: Advantages and Disadvantages of Public Participation
    80. Fifth Assessment Report – Climate Change 2013
    81. A New Theory of Distraction – The New Yorker
    82. Israel’s One-State Reality
    83. Can Obama Duck Lame-Duck Syndrome?
    84. Edward Albee’s Bad Marriages
    85. The Free-Speech Crisis – The New Yorker
    86. Why the Press Is Less Free Today – The New Yorker
    87. Crisis in Mexico: The Protests for the Missing Forty-Three – The New Yorker
    88. Why MOOCs are Failing the People They're Supposed to Help
    89. The Moral Injury – NYTimes.com
    90. How We Learned to Kill – NYTimes.com
    91. About PPF | Participatory Politics Foundation
    92. FRONTLINE | PBS – Climate of Doubt
    93. What Makes Boko Haram’s Atrocities So Hard To Track? | Hunting Boko Haram | FRONTLINE | PBS
    94. The Fight for Yemen | FRONTLINE | PBS
    95. U.S. military role in Afghanistan will still be combat – Philip Ewing – POLITICO
    96. Chance for activists to air ideas after Walter Scott death marks shift – Post and Courier
    97. The Neuroscience of Empathy | Psychology Today
    98. The Philosophical Challenge – PUBLICAGENDA.ORG
    99. “Rabid partisanship”: Paul Krugman eviscerates legal assault on Obamacare and the “corrupt” judges who enable it – Salon.com
    100. Robert Reich: The sharing economy is hurtling us backwards – Salon.com
    101. It’s not about mental illness: The big lie that always follows mass shootings by white males – Salon.com
    102. The Limits of Discourse : As Demonstrated by Sam Harris and Noam Chomsky : Sam Harris
    103. Memories May Not Live in Neurons’ Synapses – Scientific American
    104. Bedis Bouziri on Tunisia's Participatory Budgeting Initiative – Shareable
    105. Facebook Instant Articles: The future of news looks better than we thought.
    106. How Culture Shapes the Climate Change Debate | Stanford Social Innovation Review
    107. Fearless Leadership in a Social World
    108. Four Social-Change Results That Innovation Labs Deliver | Stanford Social Innovation Review
    109. Innovating Practice in a Culture of Expertise | Stanford Social Innovation Review
    110. Making Capitalism Work for the Poor | Stanford Social Innovation Review
    111. Preserving the American Dream | Stanford Social Innovation Review
    112. Promoting Government Action on Income Equality | Stanford Social Innovation Review
    113. Transforming Government Funding to Drive Impact | Stanford Social Innovation Review
    114. Making Ideas Move | Stanford Social Innovation Review
    115. James B. Glattfelder: Who controls the world? | Talk Video | TED.com
    116. The Rise of Invisible Unemployment – The Atlantic
    117. How to Build a Happier Brain — The Atlantic
    118. How Columbus Day Fell Victim to Its Own Success – The Atlantic
    119. Appomattox and the Ongoing Civil War — The Atlantic
    120. Why Did We Invade Iraq? – The Atlantic
    121. Jerry Coyne's 'Faith Versus Fact' – The Atlantic
    122. Why Winning the War on Climate Change Will Require a Technocratic Revolution – The Atlantic
    123. US wealth inequality – top 0.1% worth as much as the bottom 90% | Business | theguardian.com
    124. Why is Thomas Piketty's 700-page book a bestseller? | Money | The Guardian
    125. The secrets of the world's happiest cities | Society | The Guardian
    126. 3 Reasons to Be Optimistic About the Fight to Save the Climate | The Nation
    127. An Illustrated Guide to the Dumbest Things Republicans Have Said About Refugees | The Nation
    128. Bible Belt Buddhism | Tricycle
    129. Robert Reich: If You Want to Know What’s Happened to Our Democracy, Follow the Richest .01 Percent – Truthdig
    130. “Next Steps for U.S. Foreign Policy on Syria and Iraq” | United States Institute of Peace
    131. How politics makes us stupid – Vox
    132. This is an astonishingly good Iran deal – Vox
    133. Bernie Sanders: The Vox conversation – Vox
    134. Having a hard time finding a good place to die? Consumer Reports tells you where to go. – The Washington Post
    135. What happens when housing for the poor is remodeled as luxury studios – The Washington Post
    136. How your brain tricks you into thinking you’re greener than you actually are – The Washington Post
    137. Interfaith activists call solitary confinement immoral, ineffective – The Washington Post
    138. Harvard neuroscientist: Meditation not only reduces stress, here’s how it changes your brain – The Washington Post
    139. From War Room to Boardroom: Leadership Lessons From Two Generals – WSJ
    140. Is vitamin D good for you? – Zanaduu
    141. WorkFlowy – Chrome Web Store
    142. Facing Realities of Race | Consortiumnews
    143. Announcing the Open Policy Network grant-funded projects – Creative Commons
    144. Comparison of Real democracy vs. UK “democracy” – Google Docs
    145. Empeopled | Neil deGrasse Tyson: Politicians Denying Science Is 'Beginning Of The End Of An Informed Democracy'
    146. Our mission in Afghanistan was doomed at the start; nothing could have saved it | Foreign Policy
    147. America Is Losing the War in Syria | Foreign Policy
    148. Why Technology Hasn’t Delivered More Democracy | Foreign Policy
    149. Public Participation + Open Policymaking – hackpad.com
    150. Kumu – Harness the power of relationships.
    151. Kumu – Community and Manifesto
    152. Re-imagining the IAP2 Spectrum — Medium
    153. Announcing the Open Policy Network grant-funded projects?
    154. Great new piece on research by my much esteemed colleague, Dan Kahan, and his…
    155. RUSI – Dealing With Daesh – The UK’s Role in the Coalition
    156. Direct Action could deliver a useful outcome: carbon trading
    157. Explainer: is Direct Action constitutionally valid?
    158. Islamic State knows its history; to defeat it, we must know ours
    159. Think you know your rhetorical structures? I can't even …
    160. LANDLAB on Twitter: ""#NewUrbanism isn't just for liberals — conservatives should embrace it too" http://t.co/nbbNSQ2r6O"
    161. Events | Balsillie School of International Affairs
    162. Annual Media Panel | Canadian Eyes on World News: Perspectives from Media Leaders | Centre for International Governance Innovation
    163. North America Defaults the Great Game in the Arctic
    164. Disruptive Power: The Crisis of the State in the Digital Age- Eventbrite
    165. I am David Boaz, Cato Institute EVP and author of The Libertarian Mind: A Manifesto for Freedom. AMA! : IAmA
    166. Help Us Strengthen Open Government | The White House
    167. Scientist Richard Werthamer on Exxon and climate change | FRONTLINE – YouTube
    168. ? Citizen Engagement MOOC Google Hangout – YouTube
    169. Nuclear Negotiations with Iran – The Latest Progress – YouTube
    170. Knalij Intro Movie – YouTube
    171. The hOurworld Cooperative – YouTube
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