Electronic voting machines and their software: Q&A with cybersecurity expert Bryson Bort

The Internet is rife with theories about voting machines and how they can be hacked. Various self-proclaimed smarties about computing have expounded theories as to how the Democrats changed votes. These theories have gotten shared ....

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Lessons from an open global economy: My long-read Q&A with Philip Coggan

By and large, the history of the world’s economy is defined by increased openness: more trade with other countries and more acceptance of innovation has raised dramatically living standards throughout the world over the past ....

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Almost-Speaker McCarthy

Four years ago, many commentators lamented that Hillary Clinton fell short of winning the Electoral College by less than 80,000 votes. “You Could Fit All the Voters Who Cost Clinton the Election in a Mid-Sized ....

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Turkey still needs the International Monetary Fund

President Erdogan’s recent economic policy U-turn is to be applauded as an important step in the right direction to stabilize the Turkish lira. However, it is far from clear that this alone will be sufficient to ....

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Assessing the Trump administration’s (mostly successful) intellectual property record

Now that state canvassing boards are beginning to certify election results, and even the General Services Administration has formally “ascertained” that former Vice President Joe Biden won the presidential election, it’s worth reflecting on the ....

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A powerful conversation on standing against tyranny

Periods of expansive tyranny have a tendency to bring out the worst elements of societies, but also the best: heroic personages whose struggle against authoritarianism nourishes the fight for freedom around the world, and for ....

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