Tag Archives: security

Juliette Kayyem on climate security

America’s Security, Under the Weather By Juliette Kayyem Boston Globe “President Obama’s trip to the Middle East last week served as a nagging reminder of the world’s most intractable problems: the Palestinian conflict, Iran, North Korea. These are geographically distant … Continue reading

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Stephen Walt on the East Asia flashpoint

Good news: World War I is over and will not happen again By Stephen Walt Foreign Policy “It therefore pains me to have to take issue with Rachman’s recent column warning of rising tensions in East Asia, and all the … Continue reading

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David Ignatius on combating al-Qaida

U.S. Policy Toward Countering al-Qaeda 2.0 By David Ignatius Washington Post “The Obama administration is working with its allies to frame a strategy to combat what might be called ‘al-Qaeda 2.0’ — an evolving, morphing terrorist threat that lacks a … Continue reading

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William Tobey on nuclear security

Defining and Implementing Best Practices in Nuclear Security By William Tobey Discussion Paper This paper analyzes the contribution that best practices can make to the field of nuclear security by doing the following: – Defining what is meant by best … Continue reading

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Susan P. Crawford on internet connectivity

We Can’t All Be in Google’s Kansas: A Plan for Winning the Bandwidth Race WIRED October 2, 2012 Commentary by: Susan P. Crawford, faculty affiliate, Information and Communications Technology and Public Policy Project Topic: Internet connectivity “Even though America is … Continue reading

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Stephen M. Walt on Middle East security

Interview with Stephen M. Walt Arms Control and Regional Security for the Middle East August 17, 2012 Interview with: Stephen M. Walt, member of the Belfer Center Board of Directors and Harvard Kennedy School’s Robert and Renée Belfer Professor of … Continue reading

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Michael Chertoff on cyber security

The Lesson of Google’s Safari Hack Wall Street Journal July 22, 2012 Op-ed by: Michael Chertoff, Belfer Center International Council member Topic: Cyber security “In the cyber age, privacy and security are two sides of the same coin. Digital privacy … Continue reading

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