Skip to main content
Support

The United States and China have wildly different visions for the future of the Internet. But they have shared interests in a secure, dynamic digital economy, Microsoft’s Jing de Jong-Chen argues – enough common ground to make progress on international norms.

U.S.-China Cybersecurity Cooperation Needs to Move More Rapidly by The Wilson Center

About the Author

Jing de Jong-Chen

Jing de Jong-Chen

Public Policy Fellow;
Board Advisor, Science and Technology Innovation Program, Wilson Center Former Partner and General Manager, Global Security Strategy and Diplomacy Group in the Corporate, External and Legal Affairs Division at Microsoft Corp
Read More

Digital Futures Project

Less and less of life, war and business takes place offline. More and more, policy is transacted in a space poorly understood by traditional legal and political authorities. The Digital Futures Project is a map to constraints and opportunities generated by the innovations around the corner - a resource for policymakers navigating a world they didn’t build.  Read more

Tagged