August 7, 2019Election 2020
It has been a while since Americans have elected successive presidents from the same state. Not since November 2, 1880 in fact.* That’s when Republican James A. Garfield of Ohio won the right to succ…
December 15, 2006United States
They all shifted funds out of short-term accounts (despoits, short-term securities, other short-term liabilities) and into long-term bonds -- a move that makes sense if you think the US economy is sl…
July 23, 2018Cybersecurity
In this edition: internet shutdowns, cyber wargames, and defending democracies from disinformation campaigns.
November 14, 2018Technology and Innovation
This panel identifies guidelines tech companies can follow to limit their negative use and offer views on how governments should react to deep fakes, if at all.
March 6, 2015Gender
Two weeks ago, I posted a United Nations report on the increasing frequency of attacks on girls’ education around the world and called on the U.S. government to increase investment in education abroa…
This symposium was hosted by CFR on November 14, 2018. "Will Artificial Intelligence Curb or Turbocharge Disinformation Online?" convened policymakers, business executives, and other opinion leaders for a candid analysis of artificial intelligence’s effect on democratic decision-making.
May 23, 2018Women and Women's Rights
In 1999, Jessica Gonzales’ three daughters were abducted by her estranged husband and killed after the Colorado police refused to enforce a restraining order against him. Caroline Bettinger-López and…