Greg Austin

Greg Austin is a Professorial Fellow at the EastWest Institute and author of the book "Cyber Policy in China" (Polity 2014). [United States]

President John Kelly? Trump’s Yeltsin Moment

The dynamic between White House Chief of Staff John Kelly and President Trump harkens back to the Yeltsin-Putin dynamic of the late 1990s.

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Putin & Trump: Can They Survive “Internet Terror”?

Internet espionage as an equal opportunity discriminator.

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New Wave Terrorism: The Syrian Nightmare and Moral Confusion

Brace yourselves. There is a new wave of terrorism coming to the G20 countries.

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Cyber Security: All China’s Fault?

China is not the only party responsible for bilateral strife in cyber relations.

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Kaliningrad: Achilles’ Heel for the West

Kaliningrad could be Putin’s and Russia’s best diplomatic card in 2015.

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Can China Innovate Without Freedom of Information?

A desire to stay relevant and powerful may push China towards new information ethics.

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China: A Leadership Crisis in the Making?

China needs a new moral compass

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Evaluating U.S. Targeted Killings: Out of Control?

Is assassination of terrorist suspects right or wrong?

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A Young Brazilian in London

State of Fear: Illiberal impulses in democratic states.

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High Time to Act Against Information Catastrophe: Time to Strengthen Cyber Security

We need stronger cyber security to protect against massive consumer data breaches.

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