Blog Posts: International regulatory coordination

Commerce Dep't struggles to implement anti-cyberwar regs

A U.S. Commerce Department agency proposed export regulations to meet an international commitment to limit technologies that can be used for cyberattacks. But the agency withdrew the proposal after a barrage of criticism from the tech industry.
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No Comments | Posted by Joseph A. Fleishman on Wed. February 17, 2016 9:52 PM
Categories: Cyberwarfare, Free Trade, Intellectual property, International regulatory coordination, Reports (longer, analytical blog posts), United States

Draft provisions in climate pact remain vague as December conference nears

Most of the world's largest nations are pushing to conclude a landmark climate agreement in December. But their unity has come at a price. A draft agreement released in early October left open the key metric for progress.

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No Comments | Posted by Kathryn E. White on Mon. October 19, 2015 8:45 PM
Categories: Climate Change, Environmental, France, International regulatory coordination, United Nations

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