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April 14, 2015

Cybersecurity
The Great Cannon and the Globalization of Chinese Internet Companies

In the mid 1990s, as a grad student, I went to do my fieldwork in Shanghai and Beijing ready to ask the wrong questions. At the time, sinology was heavily influenced by questions of civil society and…

CFR China Net Politics Great Cannon Cyber

June 18, 2018

Conflict Prevention
More, Better Assessments Can Help Prevent Conflict

The United States could do more to effectively help prevent violent conflicts around the world.

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo

May 16, 2018

Israel
Gaza and Hamas

This is a painful week to be a leader of the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas--and a much worse week to be living under its rule. Israel left Gaza in 2005, and in 2007 Hamas seized control by ove…

December 27, 2017

United States
Ten American Foreign Policy Influentials Who Died in 2017

Year’s end is a time for taking stock, counting successes, and assessing failures. It is also time for remembering those who are no longer with us. Here are ten Americans who died in 2017 who through…

American obituaries

July 10, 2017

Turkey
The Massive Protest Putting Turkey's Erdogan on the Defensive

The March on Justice, organized by opposition leader Kemal Kilicdaroglu, puts Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in a bind: He can try to stop it, risking violence, or he can let it go on and wat…

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September 27, 2016

Trade
A Winning Trade Policy for the United States

The Renewing America initiative is releasing today a new paper entitled, “A Winning Trade Policy for the United States,” co-authored by myself and CFR adjunct senior fellow Robert Litan. The paper is…

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December 2, 2016

Cyber Week in Review: December 2, 2016

Here is a quick round-up of this week’s technology headlines and related stories you may have missed: 1. Chinese app takes its censorship on the road. Researchers at the Citizen Lab have discovered …

CFR Cyber Net Politics

October 11, 2016

Technology and Innovation
Four Things I Learned from Visiting Argonne National Laboratory

For seventy years, Argonne has hosted cutting-edge scientific research. The first national laboratory in the United States, Argonne was created in 1946 as an extension of the Manhattan Project to dev…

Simulation of charging the Chevrolet Volt’s lithium-ion battery, developed jointly with Argonne National Laboratory (General Motors)

January 2, 2014

Education
Is There a Skills Gap? It’s Less Clear-Cut Than You Think

Closing the “skills gap” is high on the list of priorities for Washington policymakers. But the debate behind the skills gaps—whether it exists, how large it might be, and what to do about it—is much…

Case worker Jessica Yon discusses job eligibility for unemployed people at a jobs center in San Francisco, California (Robert Galbraith/Courtesy Reuters).

August 5, 2014

Israel
Hamas’s War for Cash

Nowadays most of the press takes for granted the demands for a "Marshall Plan" for Gaza, rehabilitation of Gaza, and payment of salaries for civil servants. The humanitarian needs of the people of Ga…