Study shows voters struggle to take media bias into account – even when they are explicitely told it’s there. [Read now...]
The New Right: How a Frenchman born 150 years ago inspired the extreme nationalism behind Brexit and Donald Trump.
We are living through the latest battle in a 300-year long ideological war over the meaning of humanity itself. [Read now...]
The world faces a collision between facts and alternative facts – so how do experts get their message heard over the din of fake news? [Read now...]
Why do TV news shows book interviews with people who lie or obfuscate? Dogged interviewer Mike Wallace was an example of how to do it right. But on live TV, it’s almost impossible to do what he did. [Read now...]
The partisan brain — Cognitive study suggests people on the left and right are more similar than they think.
A particular type of mind could be more susceptible to political partisanship, on either side of the traditionally defined political spectrum. [Read now...]
The complex mechanisms behind the pictures we see. [Read now...]
After the Supreme Court’s ruling that Boris Johnson’s decision to advise the Queen to prorogue Parliament was unlawful, now is the chance for MPs to show what a strong, selfless Parliamentary Democracy can do and restore the people’s trust in politics. [Read now...]
The risk of “pathocracy” is always close. And once entrenched, difficult to dislodge. [Read now...]
Scientists from all over the world agree that the impacts of climate change will get worse, unless action is taken now. [Read now...]
Can fighting evil together be the way to go in parts of the world where populism and nationalism are winning? [Read now...]