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Book Review: Consent of the Networked

By Julia Heath, May 28, 2012 Internet policy-making is fraught with contradiction, corruption, and colonialism. In Consent of the Networked, Rebecca MacKinnon has produced an incredibly well-researched account of these dilemmas, which is as deep as it is vast. She uses case studies from around the globe, illuminates essential human rights issues, and names key stakeholders … Continue reading

Book Review – The Future of Power

By Luke M. Herrington on May 24, 2012 Joseph S. Nye, Jr. “The future of Power“. New York: PublicAffairs. 2011. Joseph Nye is arguably the world’s preeminent scholar on power in international relations.  Known for his work on complex interdependence with Robert Keohane and his pioneering role in soft power, his most recent book, The … Continue reading