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July 19th, 2006

Foresight Isn't Enough

Abstract:
Chris Phoenix: CRN has always tried to find reasons for each powerful interest group to self-interestedly do the right thing. For example, our early proposals for nanofactory policy include arguments that promoting Open Source-style abundance will create more opportunities for commercial profit than restrictive policies would. Our military analysis attempts to highlight pitfalls such as unstable arms races that will make all countries less secure unless less belligerent solutions can be found.

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