Pandemic Politics: SKYNET, protests and the misuse of wartime surveillance technologies

John R. Emery

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought existing shortcomings of governance to the fore, with the White House at the centre of questions on whether the US government will be able to adapt to ongoing challenges. Image Credit: John Loo via Flickr.

In August, International Affairs has teamed up with the Future Strategy Forum for the ‘Pandemic Politics’ series on US politics and the COVID-19 pandemic. International Affairs’ 50:50 in 2020 initiative is partnering with the FSF to support its mission of amplifying the expertise of women and

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