“From wherever you stood, the opposing side offered respectable, credible views. In today's fractured culture the evening struck a blow for civility.”
- The Huffington Post
By Lee Drutman, Vox — May 05, 2016
How often do voters change their minds? Vox analyzed the voting data from 119 Intelligence Squared U.S. debates. Here's what they found.
By John Donvan — April 27, 2016
The merits of hunting: Join the debate on Wednesday, May 4th.
By John Donvan — April 04, 2016
A jaw-dropping debate.
By John Donvan — March 08, 2016
Yes, you've seriously got a robot in your pocket.
By John Donvan — February 28, 2016
Streaming Live at 6:30 PM from Yale University.
By Robert Rosenkranz and John Donvan — February 25, 2016
On The Takeaway with John Hockenberry, IQ2US chairman Robert Rosenkranz and moderator John Donvan say it’s time to overhaul the presidential debates.
By Robert Rosenkranz and John Donvan — February 21, 2016
Oxford-style would tell us more than the current uninformative and stilted face-offs.
By John Donvan — February 03, 2016
I sincerely intend NOT to make you choke on your drink when I tell you the topic I have been pondering a lot for the past 24 hours.
By John Donvan on Big Think — January 29, 2016
John Donvan knows a thing or two about debate. After all, he’s moderated nearly 100 of them. Here, he tells Big Think the problems with today’s political circuses, and suggests a solution.
By John Donvan — January 08, 2016
Moving pictures. That's what we saw throughout the autumn from the front lines of the Syrian refugee crisis. Those men breaking for the tunnel under the English Channel. That drowned little boy on the Turkish beach.