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The End of Power

by- Moisés Nam

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The End of Power argues that developments in technology and culture have forced ancient fortresses of power to collapse. We are now confronted with a whole new model of power, one that is not hoarded by an elite few, but rather distributed between all of us. So what does this imply for society and the government?

Moisés Nam is a former Venezuelan trade minister, World Bank executive officer, Foreign Policy editor-in-chief, and Carnegie Endowment for International Peace fellow.
  • Anyone has a background in international affairs
  • Anyone who is interested in society and social phenomena
  • Anyone with an interest in political science