The following is a guest post by Kyle L. Evanoff, research associate for international institutions and global governance at the Council on Foreign Relations.
The internet has become a political lightning rod and tinderbox, thanks in no small part to lackluster governance. That much is clear from the results of the Council of Councils (CoC) 2018-2019 Report Card on International Cooperation, an assessment of international efforts to address the world’s most pressing challenges. The top policy minds who made the assessment, the heads of more than two dozen leading think tanks worldwide, awarded cooperation in “Managing Cyber Governance” a drab C in 2018, suggesting a surfeit of room for improvement.
Efforts in 2018
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