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The United States must balance its need to defend against cyber threats with the important advantages of its current policy that enshrines internet

The forces of globalization have opened borders and linked societies.

What drives Islamist extremism in the West? What accounts for the so-called Islamic State's ability to recruit from Western democracies?

Disclosing beneficial ownership is one of the few ways to prevent the loss of natural resource revenues and to mitigate—if not prevent—the resource

According to a report by the World Economic Forum, more than 500 million people have access to mobile phones but not to electricity.

While ISIS loses territory, many experts argue that the group is building a “virtual caliphate” online.

While some blame globalization and unfettered international trade for rising inequality around the world, others fear that protectionism will curb

Even as governments push to implement online authentication for digital transactions, AI threatens to convincingly play the part of a human online.

In her last days at the UN, Samantha Power practiced "end times diplomacy" in anticipation of President Trump but Nikki Haley has followed Power's

Cyber issues are rapidly growing in importance to defense alliances. The Journal of International Affairs talked to Ambassador 

Concerns about state-directed cyber intrusions have grown increasingly prevalent in recent years.