Innovation is the source of economic prosperity and global progress, simplifying routines and enriching quality of life. The internet has fundamentally altered how the world works, communicates and thinks. The global information revolution has ushered in a new era of global conversations, cooperation and crowd-sourcing among researchers, speeding the spread of new ideas and technologies in every discipline. Researchers race to develop energy alternatives, synthetic biology, transportation improvements, environmental protections or cures for disease. Governments must keep up pace with funding of education and infrastructure as well as regulations on patents, immigration, intellectual property protections and more.

Transcript of “An Interview With N.R. Narayana Murthy”

Transcript of Nayan Chanda's interview with N.R. Narayana Murthy, founder of Infosys
June 5, 2006

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Susan Froetschel
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Enduring an IT Eclipse

As Bangalore overshadows Silicon Valley, the West must adjust accordingly for a chance to shine
A. Sheshabalaya
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Citizens Fight Back with Cellphones and Blogs

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Mark Glaser
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China's Internet: Let a Thousand Filters Bloom

Aided by US technology companies, Beijing tightens its control of information flow
Rebecca MacKinnon
June 28, 2005

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Chinese R&D Goes Global

Chinese firms pledge $53.2 billion for investments, edging out US firms
Jacopo Dettoni
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Food for Thought

Protectionist mood in advanced economies may nudge emerging economies to develop their own service markets
Nayan Chanda
August 15, 2016

Internet or Splinternet?

Global cooperation around some basic internet rules could improve connections and innovation
Joseph S. Nye
August 11, 2016

The End of Globalization? International Security Implications

Technology is reducing jobs and need for long supply chains – national security policies must adjust
T.X. Hammes
August 5, 2016

How Climate Disasters Can Drive Violent Conflict Around the World

Study suggests climate change and resource shortages may exacerbate ethnic troubles
Chelsea Harvey
August 3, 2016

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