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Noah Feldman —
born on December 30, 1970,
Noah Feldman is an American author and professor of law at Harvard Law School... (wikipedia)
Empires inevitably fall, and when they do, history judges them for the legacies they leave behind.
Cyber attacks are not what makes the cool war 'cool.' As a strategic matter, they do not differ fundamentally from older tools of espionage and sabotage.
Every generation gets the Constitution that it deserves. As the central preoccupations of an era make their way into the legal system, the Supreme Court eventually weighs in, and nine lawyers in robes become oracles of our national identity.
When we put our trust in diplomacy, it is not because it is an inspiring or uplifting discourse or because it helps us see the common humanity in others. The stylized circumlocutions of diplomats can make them seem ridiculous or irrelevant: they never seem to be talking about what is really going on.
Cyber war takes place largely in secret, unknown to the general public on both sides.