October 2, 2018
With the perils of heedless innovation all too apparent, and with a new and potentially more transformative wave of technical advances in the pipeline, global movements to govern the next technologic…
November 15, 2018
A review of Michael Beschloss, “Presidents of War” (Crown Books, 2018).
The U.S. Constitution vests the president with “executive power” and provides that “The President sh…
November 2, 2018
This week: another indictment against Chinese actors for cyber-enabled theft of intellectual property, a new U.S. government task force to combat Chinese IP theft, the UK wants to tax Google, and int…
November 9, 2018
This week: more cyber committees at the United Nations, data localization in Vietnam, and China's World Internet Conference.
October 5, 2018
This week: Chinese supply chain attacks, Russian military intelligence under the microscope, and fake news in Indonesia.
November 16, 2018
This week: France wants to be a norm entrepreneur in cyberspace, Facebook works with French regulators, U.S. law enforcement want Alexa data, and cybercrime at the United Nations.
December 4, 2007
Iran’s alleged meddling in Iraq and Afghanistan and its defiance of orders to halt uranium enrichment have drawn sharp criticism from the west. Amid the rhetoric some analysts and policy makers conti…
October 12, 2018
This week: Questioning the Bloomberg SuperMicro story, giving the EU authority to sanction in response to cyber operations, Google drops out of JEDI, intelligence sharing to counter China.
October 8, 2018
Srinath Raghavan's history of U.S. involvement in South Asia—primarily India, Pakistan and Afghanistan—provides a rich backdrop of lessons for today’s U.S. policymakers as they consider dilemmas in t…
October 26, 2018
This week: U.S. Cyber Command wants to deter Russian cyber operations, Apple's CEO delivers a privacy speech in Brussels, and Huawei cozies up to Germany.