The blog of the Science, Technology and Public Policy program of the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, John F. Kennedy School of Government.
Tag Archives: infrastructure
by Calestous Juma I am on my way back from the World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting in Cape Town, South Africa. This was a remarkable meeting with an overwhelming intellectual energy. The event was unique in many respects. But … Continue reading
A cyber attack could make it all happen again. by Joel Brenner Verizon’s chief technology officer surveyed a flooded major switching facility in lower Manhattan and put it bluntly: “There is nothing working here. Quite frankly, this is wider than … Continue reading
By John Briscoe  In my reading of history, every country which has successfully lifted its people out of poverty has done so primarily by building its basic productive capacity. Central to this process has been giving priority to improving the … Continue reading