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CYBERSECURITY INITIATIVE
Exit, Voice, and Cyberspace

Albert Hirschman, in his classic work Exit, Voice, and Loyalty, states that in declining firms, organizations or states can either “exit”...


CYBERSECURITY INITIATIVE
ARPANET; Where did it all start again?

There is said to be a single hook around which much of the scholarship on cyberspace evolved.


MILLENNIALS INITIATIVE
One Hometown at a Time: Transforming the American Political Landscape

Meaningful positive social and political change may depend on young people returning to conservative hometowns they once happily left.


CYBERSECURITY INITIATIVE
"Cyber Exceptionalism”

In this post we suggest that the concept of cyberspace enables a form of exceptionalism, similar to “American exceptionalism”.


MILLENNIALS INITIATIVE
Good Grief, It's Christmas

The holiday season is difficult for many people. By asking questions and listening openly, we can thoughtfully support them.


EDUCATION POLICY
Why the Department Shouldn't Weaken the Gainful Employment Metrics

NEW AMERICA NYC
Going Rural

Lessons from a discussion in Wassaic, NY around arts education, higher education, and their impact on community and economic growth.


CYBERSECURITY INITIATIVE
Substantive vs. implied definitions: A Mundane stuff or the Wild West?

Descriptions of cyberspace can be split into two main types: substantive and implied.


EDUCATION POLICY
The “Innovation” Trap in the PROSPER Act

This third post in our series on Rep. Foxx's new HEA bill analyzes "innovation" policies under the proposal.


EDUCATION POLICY
Cultivating Rural Talent through Apprenticeship

Federal and state policies should attend to rural communities' needs while supporting apprenticeship expansion.


CYBERSECURITY INITIATIVE
The Connotations of “Cyberspace” Shift From Opportunity to Threat

In many early uses of the term, cyberspace had clear connotations of achievement or approval.


MILLENNIALS INITIATIVE
Looking for Little Syria

Arab-- and particularly Syrian-- people have been a mainstay of New York City's vibrant landscape for over 100 years.