Net Politics -- Sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations, Net Politics brings together CFR experts to investigate the impact of information and communication technologies on security, privacy, and international affairs.
The Right to Privacy in the Digital Age: Where Do Things Stand? (Mar. 5, 2015).
Taking Stock of Snowden's Disclosures Two Years On (June 8, 2015).
Countering Islamic State Exploitation of the Internet (June 18, 2015).
Can UN Peacekeeping Enter the Digital Age? (July 2, 2015).
The Policy Implications of Hacking the Hacking Team (July 8, 2015).
Cyber Norm Development and the Protection of Critical Infrastructure (July 23, 2015).
Can the TPP Launch a New Era of Governance for Digital Commerce? (July 28, 2015).
U.S.-China Cyber Deal Takes Norm Against Economic Espionage Global (Sept. 28, 2015).
The Orlando Massacre and the Conundrum of Online Radicalization (June 16, 2016).
The Implications of Brexit for UK Cyber Policy (June 28, 2016).
Israel's New Counter-Terrorism Law and Terrorism in Cyberspace (Aug. 22, 2016).
Democracy and Digital Technologies after the 2016 Election (Nov. 10, 2016).
What a Trump Administration Means for U.S. Digital Trade Policy (Nov. 15, 2016).
Reading James Madison in Light of Twitter and Donald Trump (Dec. 1, 2016).
The Year in Review: Major Setbacks for Digital Trade in 2016 (Dec. 28, 2016).
President Obama's Pursuit of Cyber Deterrence Ends in Failure (Jan. 4, 2017).
U.S. Cyber Diplomacy Requires More than an Office (July 26, 2017).
Is the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board Back in Business? (Sept. 11, 2017).
Requiem for the Internet Freedom Strategy (Oct. 18, 2017).
PEPFAR'S Impact on Global Health Is Fading (May 18, 2018).
The Drone Revolution Shakes Up Tort Law (Aug. 14, 2018).
Year in Review: Cyber Threats and the Mid-Term U.S. Elections (Jan. 2, 2019).
ASIL Insights – ASIL Insights is a blog of the American Society of International Law. Its purpose is to provide concise, objective, and timely background for recent developments of interest to the international community.
Weapons of Mass Destruction and International Law (Feb. 11, 2003).
World Health Organization's Framework Convention for Tobacco Control (Mar. 28, 2003).
SARS and International Law (Apr. 5, 2003).
Global Outbreak of Avian Influenza A (H5N1) and International Law (Jan. 25, 2004).
Influenza Vaccine Supply and International Law (Oct. 7, 2004).
The Indian Ocean Tsunami and International Law (Jan. 18, 2005). Reprinted in INTERNATIONAL FISHERIES LAW AND POLICY REVIEW 26 (2005).
Counterinsurgency, Rule of Law Operations, and International Law (Sept. 19, 2007).
The Swine Flu Outbreak and International Law, (Apr. 27, 2009).
International Law and the E. coli Outbreaks in Europe (June 6, 2011).
Arms Control Law -- Arms Control Law is intended as a forum for rigorous analysis and serious discussion of legal issues related to arms control.
Thank You, Senator Lugar, And Welcome, Professor Lugar (Jan. 28, 2013).
New US-Russia Cooperative Threat Reduction Agreement (June 19, 2013).
"Peace with Justice": Nuclear Weapons and Cyber Surveillance (June 20, 2013).
Call Me, Maybe: New US-Russia Cybersecurity Initiatives (June 21, 2013).
Me Thinks They Doth Protest Too Much: Espionage in the Cyber Age (July 3, 2013).
Zero-Sum Game: The Global Market for Software Exploits (July 18, 2013).
NSA Disclosures Derail Cyber "Star Wars" Defense Strategy? (Aug. 13, 2013).
Now What? Responding to Alleged Chemical Weapons Attack in Syria (Aug. 23, 2013).
SCOTUS and the CWC: A Challenge to the U.S. CWC Implementation Act (Aug. 28, 2013).
Syria and Biological Weapons? And Cluster Munitions? (Sept. 5, 2013).
Global Health Governance Blog -- The GHG Blog is published as part of Global Health Governance, an open access, peer-reviewed, online journal that provides a platform for academics and practitioners to explore global health issues and their implications for governance and security at national and international levels.
Other Blog Posts --
India Wants to Join the Non-Proliferation Treaty as a Weapon State (with Sumit Ganguly), YaleGlobal Online (Jan. 27, 2010).
U.S.-China Relations and the Security Dynamics of Geo-Cyberpolitics, China-US Focus (July 6, 2011).
Ebola and Global Health Governance: Time for the Reckoning, Chatham House Centre for Global Health Security Expert Comment (Sept. 22, 2014).
Edward Snowden's Big Week, Indiana University Press Blog (June 5, 2015).
ISIL's Online Offensive: Challenges in Countering ISIL in Cyberspace, Just Security (June 18, 2015).
Ebola Report Misses the Mark on International Health Regulations, Chatham House Centre for Global Health Security Expert Comment (July 17, 2015).
Edward Snowden: Hero, Traitor, Hollywood Myth, Indiana University Press Blog (Sept. 21, 2016).
Trolling the Intelligence Community Endangers U.S. Security and Leadership, InsideSources.com (Jan. 10, 2017).