Technological advancements have transformed the political landscape in recent years, influencing how governments interact with their citizens and those from other nations. This policy outlook explores the intersection of technology, national security, and civil liberties. While technology has made it easier for individuals to access information, communicate with others, and participate in democratic processes, it has also raised concerns about threats to privacy, censorship, and surveillance. This paper delves into contemporary case studies to provide level-headed recommendations for policymakers to find the right balance in the digital age.Download the Policy Outlook
National Security vs. Civil Liberties in the Digital Age: Where Lies the Balance?