With the tech community fearful of what Donald Trump might do with his executive powers, many are considering moving their servers overseas. Tim Edgar of Brown University explains what the stunning win could mean for civil liberties and privacy.
With the newly elect-President destined to take the helm the Oval Office, surveillance experts warn his presidency could usher in new future in digital privacy. Timothy Edgar, senior fellow at the Watson Institute, comments on the looming challenges digital privacy pundits could face next.
Stephen Kinzer, senior fellow at the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs, pens an op-ed about how Donald Trump's foreign policy agenda deviates away from the playbook of Washington elites.
With hateful rhetoric being spewed between both presidential campaigns, it may come as a surprise to know the current election isn't the nastiest in history. Stephen Kinzer, senior fellow in international and public affairs, describes when it turned positive and when campaigns began to turn ugly.
Amb. Nirupama Rao in The Wire, "The Indian government needs a cadre of specialists in strategic communication, in policy articulation and projection who also cater to audiences well beyond the domestic audience, non-resident Indians and persons of Indian origin."
The Humanitarian Innovation Initiative, which aims to improve humanitarian efforts by grounding them in a solid foundation of academic research, has launched at the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs this year.