Global Communication

By Marika Miner
Senior Writer
20 February 2018

By Nicole Bailey
Staff Writer
July 1, 2015

The United States must remove barriers to free online courses in sanctioned countries. These online courses are a boon to American diplomacy and not a threat to national security.

By Nicole Bailey
Staff Writer
February 3, 2015

Why governments and citizens need a framework of values for the internet.

By Nicole Bailey
Contributing Writer
November 2, 2014

Massive open online courses are quickly becoming a vital tool of foreign policy, but the United States isn’t taking full advantage of their benefits.

By Jack Karsten
Contributing Writer
September 2, 2014

As online video streaming grows in popularity, subscribers are suffering from worsening quality of service. They may not be aware, however, that this issue is the topic of upcoming FCC hearings. The rulings of these hearings will have important global implications for the reach and quality of Internet service.


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