The values we ascribe to words determine how we communicate our messages and debate our positions.
The lot of the speechwriter is seldom a happy one. Unless, of course, he or she goes in for a spot of revenge.
Communication is the currency of politics.
The multiple nominations for Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln biopic at this year’s Oscars is a reminder of just how important – and popular – a role strong narratives play in the history of American politics.
World leaders and CEOs gathering in the snow of Davos this year might have experienced a little extra chill at the sheer weight of pessimism on display. The United Nations captured the mood by choosing that platform to predict a global ‘worst cas