Is the “authoritarianism vs. democracy” paradigm useful when it comes to digital surveillance? What are the factors that shape the public’s views about digital surveillance? How to balance the benefits of surveillance technologies and the protection of civil rights? These are the key questions this report tries to answer.
Democracies struggle when deep internal divisions or cleavages exist within their societies. This is also seen in the Ukraine case.
Alan Doss, former Under Secretary General of the UN, provides a historical background of the crisis in Burma and outlines the way to a unified nation.
This article discusses core challenges the Russian invasion posited for international law, exploring reforming the veto system of UN Security Council.
The crudity with which an open aggressive war trespasses on the core grounding principle of the United Nations has raised questions about how to prosecute war crimes or the crime of aggression.
OXGS Fellow Frank Vibert examines the maxim ‘do no harm’, which enjoys a surge in popularity. Its deployment has now extended to areas including bioethics, education, the environment and internet ethics.