Kenya Charts New Territory for the ICC

Kenya becomes the first member state of the International Criminal Court to have a large number of its ruling elite come under investigation by the court.  Why Kenya's response may chart the future of the ICC.

What Can We Learn from the Dayton Accords?

With Richard Holbrooke's passing, there's a great deal of discussion about the General Framework Agreement for Peace in Bosnian and Herzegovina, better known as the Dayton Accords.  Given the fact that the peace has held for over 15 years, most people don't realize the Accords had major flaws built into it.

Why DDoS Attacks Are NOT Analogous to Sit Ins

Evgeny Morozov says we should think of hactivists who launch denial of service attacks as practicing a form of civil disobedience.  It seems to me that the fundamental difference between a "sit in" and a DDoS attack is the latter is a kind of censorship.