Robert B. Zoellick, reviews the book 'The End of Power' 

Belfer Center Senior Fellow reviews the book 
'The End of Power' in this @WSJ book review 
excerpt
Mr. Naím's main goal is to get his readers to think differently about power. 
His prescriptions are a little vague but generally amount to adapting political parties 
so that they better inspire and mobilize people—especially the young. Moreover, 
Mr. Naím argues that disruptive innovation can be harnessed 
to boost political participation and social cohesion as well as to challenge them.

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