Technological breakthroughs are inextricably tied to the evolution of societies. Advancements in weapons, agriculture, medicine, and many other fields, have profoundly impacted the course of history. How foreign policy is practiced has also been changed by innovations in technology. Policymakers and practitioners have utilized new technologies to their advantage — and fallen prey to more savvy users and adopters of advanced technology.

The digital economy is transforming how we live, work, play, travel, interact, and do everything in between. It evokes the image of a seamless global marketplace.

Reality is different. The digital revolution may be global in its reach, but it is uneven in its effects. In the digital world, connections matter. Some countries and continents are connecting more than others, and Europe and the United States are connecting most of all.

Cross-border data flows between the U.S. and Europe are the highest...

June 14, 2017

United States Senate Committee on Foreign Relations

Subcommittee on Europe and Regional Security Cooperation

Hearing on:

Southeast Europe: Strengthening Democracy and Countering Malign Foreign Influence June 14, 2017

Date: Wednesday, June 14, 2017
Time: 03:00 PM
Location: SD-419
Presiding: Senator Johnson

"Radicalization Among Muslim Communities in the Balkans: Trends and Issues"

Testimony of Dr. Majda Ruge Fellow, Foreign Policy Institute Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS)...

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