National borders don't stop in the physical world – they're in cyberspace too
To the globalists’ dismay, recent years have seen the strengthening of national borders. State sovereignty rages on with each vehicle returned and each visa revoked.
Meicen Sun is a PhD candidate of international relations and political economy at MIT focusing on the tech-power nexus. Her research examines the effect of information policy on the future of innovation and state power. Sun previously worked for the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, DC and the UN Regional Centre for Peace and Disarmament in Africa. A published author and regular invitee to conferences on global affairs, she is bilingual in English and Chinese and proficient in French. Her writings have appeared in Foreign Policy Analysis, Harvard Business Review, World Economic Forum, and the Diplomat among others. Sun has also written stories, plays and music and staged many of her works in China, Singapore and the U.S. She holds an A.B. with Honors from Princeton University and an A.M. with a Certificate in Law from the University of Pennsylvania. Sun is currently a predoctoral fellow with the Global Political Economy Project at Georgetown University.