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Ukraine And Russia Seem to Be Edging Perilously Close to War

  • By
  • Steve LeVine,
  • New America Foundation
April 16, 2014 |

China's Latest Crackdown On Porn Has Little To Do With Porn | Quartz

April 14, 2014

“Historically in China … the technology used to censor porn has ended up being used more vigorously to censor political content than smut,” Rebecca MacKinnon, an expert on China's internet, wrote about a previous campaign in 2009. That year, several ...

Suddenly US Oil Exports Are About to be a Factor in Geopolitics

  • By
  • Steve LeVine,
  • New America Foundation
April 11, 2014 |

When You Want To Grab Putin's Attention, Shut Off His Gas Flow

  • By
  • Steve LeVine,
  • New America Foundation
April 9, 2014 |

Putin Isn't Invading Ukraine—He's Sabotaging It

  • By
  • Steve LeVine,
  • New America Foundation
April 7, 2014 |

Kazakhstan's Largest Oilfield Will Be Shut Down For At Least Two Years

  • By
  • Steve LeVine,
  • New America Foundation
April 6, 2014 |

Michael Lewis's Villains Are Just Brainiac Connivers

  • By
  • Steve LeVine,
  • New America Foundation
April 5, 2014 |

How the Internet Works, and Why It’s Impossible to Know What Makes Your Netflix Slow | Quartz

March 21, 2014

“Anyone can develop tools that became large disruptive services,” Sarah Morris, a tech policy counsel at the New America Foundation, says. “That’s the reason the internet has evolved the way it has, led to the growth of companies like Google and Netflix, and supported all sorts of interesting things like Wikipedia.”

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