Tag Archives: Syria

Limits on Information

One of the things I constantly find in my research on sense-making is the limits, both over and covert, of information sources. ┬áThese limits show up in multiple forms, but are often associated with the monopolization of either an arena of discourse (“what everyone knows”) or a protocol of discourse (“how everyone knows / communicates”) Continue Reading →

Are Western Leaders “Dumber Than Dictators? – The Syrian Chemical Weapons Debacle

Speaking Truth to Stupid?   Russian President Putin is looking more like Captain Pickard while the White House and the West are looking like the gang that couldn’t shoot straight. The Syrian civil war and chemical weapons crisis grinds on, but strengths and weaknesses which are emerging demonstrate how much of the future may be Continue Reading →