Foreign Affairs in the Internet Age explores the relationship between the Internet and foreign policy. The growth of the Internet has changed how international law-making is conducted. It has also affected how we understand accountability, secrecy, and democratic participation in treaty negotiations.
Affiliated fellows and faculty include: Colin Agur and Rebecca Crootof
FAIA works collaboratively with Yale Law students, and has co-sponsored events with the Yale Law National Security Group and the Yale Journal of Law and Technology.
This initiative is funded by the Oscar M. Ruebhausen Fund.