Chris Dillow: The same old mistakes

Error one is that you must base policy not upon what you hope will happen, nor even upon what you expect to happen, but upon the range of possible outcomes.

Error two is the pawn mistake – of regarding the objects of your policy as pawns who will do your bidding, rather than strategic actors with their own agency and objectives.

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