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By the end of the twentieth century, information technology and Internet policy emerged as major areas of interest for Markle’s research. Our focus on advancing national security in a connected world evolved from earlier initiatives that strove to define the ways in which the responsible use of technology can be a force for changing the world in positive ways.


 

Energy Security

Energy Security

An effective energy security strategy defines the federal agency infrastructure required for stemming the risks of climate change and shifting the nation away from geostrategic energy dependency.

Policy for a Networked Society

Policy for a Networked Society

These initiatives supported transparent, accountable, and globally inclusive policy making processes for the Internet and information technology.