Journey Through Transition: Women Leading Change in The Middle East and North Africa
The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) has launched Net Politics, a blog on cybersecurity, Internet governance, digital trade, and privacy. It will provide original insight, highlight notable research and analysis, and introduce new voices on the emerging politics of cyberspace.
The Senate Armed Services Committee discusses the U.S. Cyber Command budget; China debates its draft anti-terrorism law and a bill on cyber threat data sharing moves forward in U.S. Congress.
U.S. efforts to promote its preferred norms for cyberspace—Internet openness, security, and free speech—suffered a significant setback in the summer of 2013 with the Snowden disclosures. Henry Farrell identifies three steps the United States can take to reinvigorate its norm-promotion efforts.