The Corruption, Justice, and Legitimacy Program (CJL) recently hosted an expert gathering on the nuances of conducting stakeholder analysis to inform anticorruption programming.
In an article published in Federal News Network, Josephine Wolff explains why she supports the idea of a national Bureau of Cyber Statistics in the United States.
The Pegasus expose shows that time has come for trans-national treaties to stall surveillance by rogue governments and corporations
Bhaskar Chakravorti writes: Nurtured by repressive governments and with exports to other governments aspiring to similar heights of repression, the global surveillance industry is booming.
Bhaskar Chakravorti is interviewed on Bloomberg Baystate Business about which parts of the United States are most vulnerable to misinformation regarding the COVID-19 vaccine.
Sung-Yoon Lee comments on North Korea’s absence from the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in CNBC.
A 2020 Foreign Affairs piece co-authored by Fletcher’s Michael Beckley examining the “superpower marathon” between the United States and China is referenced in Bloomberg.
Bhaskar Chakravorti is quoted in The Wall Street Journal about Big Tech’s talent recruitment advantages with the increase in “work from anywhere” policies.
Josephine Wolff writes about Russia’s efforts to create its own domestic internet system for Slate.
Bhaskar Chakavorti writes this opinion piece in WIRED about why the Biden administration needs to address the artificial intelligence revolution.