The writer Malcolm Gladwell examines our interactions with strangers and what can happen when they go wrong, and Daniel Boffey on the view from Brussels of a chaotic week in British politics
Malcolm Gladwell, the author of five bestselling books, is known for weaving news events, anecdotes and scientific studies together to understand why we behave in the way we do. In his most recent work, he looks at what happens when interactions with strangers go wrong.
Rachel Humphreys talks to Gladwell about why human beings are so bad at reading one another and examines some high-profile cases of interactions between strangers that had catastrophic consequences.
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