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Biography of Kenneth Neil Cukier, Research Fellow, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University

Kenneth Neil Cukier is a research fellow at the National Center for Digital Government at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government, where he is writing a book about the Internet and international relations. He is also an occasional contributor to The Economist on technology policy issues.

Previously, Mr. Cukier was the technology editor of the Asian Wall Street Journal in Hong Kong and a commentator for CNBC Asia; before that he was the European Editor in London of Red Herring magazine. From 1992 to 1996 he worked at the International Herald Tribune in Paris. His work has also appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Post and the Financial Times, among others. Mr. Cukier has published and presented numerous papers on global Internet policy, and his reporting has been entered into Congressional testimony. He has served as commentator on technology issues on CBS, CNN, NPR and the BBC, among others.

In 2000, Mr. Cukier was selected by The Journal of Financial Reporters for its annual "Bluechip Newsroom" award. In 2001, he was named an honorary fellow of the Center for Global Communications (GLOCOM) at the International University of Japan, in recognition for his writings on Internet regulation. He is contributing editor at the Acumen Journal of Life Sciences. Additionally, Mr. Cukier serves on the board of advisors to the Daniel Pearl Foundation.

 

 
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