Throughout the course of human history, why have some societies endured and evolved while others have struggled and disappeared? According to author Johan Norberg, being "open" might have something to do with it.
Norberg is the author of Open: The Story of Human Progress, a book several members of the Open Organization community found so compelling that we decided to publish a four-part series of reviews on it.
Happily, we were recently able to sit down with the author and continue our discussion. We wondered exactly what "being open" is in the context of global governance and international relations today. And how might we locate guidelines and approaches that will move everyone toward a greater good for the entire global community?
We recorded our conversation, are delighted to share it, and hope you find it as insightful as we did.
Check out the articles below to read the series.