Big Data is changing our view of the world by changing our modes of approach, moving from analogue systems to digital-based knowledge.
The Indian People’s Party (BJP) coming to power in the 2014 legislative elections raises many questions about the country’s governance.
The Internet and the Flaws of Multistakeholderism Politique étrangère, Vol. 79, No. 4, Winter 2014-2015
The Internet Governance debate opposes multilateral thinking, favoring the role of State and interstate bodies, with a multistakeholder model, which aims to unite all concerned actors: states, business, experts, academics and internet groups, among others.
For several decades, there has been general consensus bridging the Dutch political class regarding the notion of a multicultural society. This consensus is now being challenged.
International Health Cooperation Abolished by Ebola? Politique étrangère, Vol. 79, No. 4, Winter 2014
Since 1976, there have been twenty-five recorded epidemics of the Ebola virus. The 2014 outbreak is the most serious.
Cyber technology challenges conventional mechanisms of deterrence and conflict management.
Introduction : The Incomplete Governance of the Internet Politique étrangère, Vol. 79, No. 4, Winter 2014
This introduction is in French only – Introduction : internet, une gouvernance inachevée...
Washington plays a leading role in Internet Governance, which is hardly surprising given the origins of the Internet and America’s technological ascendancy. However, the majority of Internet users are in non-Western countries.
One reason Ebola has been so difficult to contain is that it emerged in countries marked by poverty and violence.
The Snowden affair could bring about major changes in the structure of the Internet and its governance. Technologies should now a priori integrate standards which give citizens the capacity to keep a check on what data is available.