Decoding Digital Authoritarianism

Digital technologies’ potential to advance societal wellbeing is well known. How these technologies can be used to constrict freedoms and oppress population groups is less understood—and of growing concern to citizens, political leaders, and states.

Decoding Digital Authoritarianism asks how we can develop a new community of interdisciplinary thinkers around it, to facilitate a more global, inclusive conversation. It seeks to reinterpret traditional foreign policy themes as they relate to digital authoritarianism, including security; economics and finance; media and values; and emerging technologies.



Decoding Digital Authoritarianism

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