Has anyone had the opportunity of reading this article? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/resources/idt-ff9a9c01-faa4-4038-b4e9-83e619460e1f It ties in beautifully with DT thinking. Advertisements
Today an appeal from Medicins sans Frontieres to assist their actions in Yemen was in my post. I determined to learn more about the crisis. The following summary is my first impression. Recent events seem to have been initiated when long-standing President Ali Abdullah Saleh was ousted in 2012 as part of a deal between the … More Yemen Crisis
In view of Luis’s post and my comments about the complexity of ‘real life’ situations https://dramatheory.wordpress.com/2015/09/13/handling-complexity/ I’m suggesting that we collectively attempt to model and explore a current strategic situation: Russian support for Assad’s regime in Syria. I suggest we try this in a number of stages: we’ll probably need to cycle back over some of these … More Syria: what are Assad, Putin and Obama up to?
Luis Matos raised what I think is a very important point in his comment on my ‘lite’ Hillary Clinton analysis https://dramatheory.wordpress.com/2015/09/12/hillary-clintons-e-mail/ when he questioned whether the Options Boards used in Drama Theory can sufficiently capture the complexity of ‘real’ interactions. One argument has been that it is necessary but also sufficient to represent situations to the degree … More Handling complexity
Have you been following the Clinton e-mail ‘scandal’? The story has been brewing very slowly throughout the year, and doesn’t want to go away. Or perhaps it is that various interest groups won’t let it go away. Briefly it concerns Clinton’s extensive use on official business while Secretary of State of a private e-mail service … More Hillary Clinton’s e-mail
Today it is just a week before the new book is available. I’m looking forward to getting some first reactions. Will you be the first to comment?