Found 3 article(s) for author 'Jack Goldsmith'

The Art of Governing Through Questions

The Art of Governing Through Questions. Jorrit de Jong, Jack Goldsmith, March 25, 2019, Opinion, “When citizens ask mayors questions, they expect answers. Elected officials, in turn, want to be seen as strong leaders who are quick with solutions. Mayors are also tasked with putting out fires, both figuratively and literally, that directly affect the lives of their citizens.Link

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Sovereign Difference and Sovereign Deference on the Internet

Sovereign Difference and Sovereign Deference on the Internet. Jack Goldsmith, March 18, 2019, Paper, “This Response to Andrew Woods makes two points. First, building on one of Woods’s claims, and drawing on the work of Milton Mueller, it shows why the “fragmentation” charge frequently levied against sovereignty-based approaches to internet governance is misplaced. Second, it raises questions about the efficacy of Woods’s normative theory of judicial comity.Link

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Correction/Update: China Did Accept the American Formulation in the Cyber Deal

Correction/Update: China Did Accept the American Formulation in the Cyber Deal. Jack Goldsmith, September 27, 2015, Opinion. “On Friday I read the transcript of the translation of President’s Xi’s remarks with President Obama to leave a possible gap in what China and the United States agreed to in the announced cyber deal on Friday. In the English transcript Xi reiterated that China opposed the theft of commercial secrets but seemed to fall short of agreeing with the American formulation of the norm as not stealing ‘with the intent of providing competitive advantages to companies or commercial sectors.’  However, the well-informed Adam Segal…Link

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