After the deadly attacks in Paris on November 13, the United States and Europe meet to discuss a more unified response to the threat of the Islamic State.
The Internet in Russia is either the most efficient totalitarian tool or the device by which totalitarianism will be overthrown. Perhaps both.
The statements released by China and the United States following President Xi’s visit give insight into the priorities of the both countries, and also the thorny issues in their relationship.
The transition of the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority from the U.S. government to a multi-stakeholder community has thrust internet governance into the global spotlight.
The most worrying form of government spying isn’t the kind Edward Snowden exposed.
New technologies offer powerful tools for empowerment, yet democracy around the world is stagnating.
During the Euromaidan protest movement—as in the first years of the Arab Spring—it was the power of social media that galvanized civil society.
Over the past few years, India has been paying increasing attention to the threats of crime, terrorism, and espionage in cyberspace.
Recent events in Russian-American relations are often compared with events during the Cold War. There is no doubt that, along with other factors, information will play a key role in the new form of Russian-American confrontation.
If the Ukraine crisis continues and relations between Russia and the West deteriorate further, the implications will be grim in a number of areas, including cybersecurity.