The alarming rise of a power that knows no borders, and how we resist


Rule-breaking technology is challenging the evidence base on which all functioning societies depend. Two books explore the problem and how to fight back


The latest tech helped galvanise crowds during the Arab Spring

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Nervous States: How feeling took over the world by William Davies, Jonathan Cape The Death of the Gods: The new global power grab by Carl Miller, William Heinemann

IN 2013, few outside Russia had heard of Valery Gerasimov – until he wrote a certain article in a military periodical.

Gerasimov, then recently appointed chief of the general staff of the Russian armed forces, used the piece to reflect on the so-called Arab Spring and the novel role of social media and smartphones in mobilising crowds. He …

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