Peter Singer talks solving social media and warfare conundrum

New America CEO Anne-Marie Slaughter talks to Peter Singer, a Senior Fellow at New America and Professor of Practice at ASU’s Center for the Future of War. Singer talks about the changing nature of both warfare, which includes social media. This shift has brought toxicity to civic engagement, and Singer talks about ways to solve that.

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