James Andrew Lewis is a senior fellow and director of the Strategic Technologies Program at CSIS, where he writes on technology, security, and the international economy. Before joining CSIS, he worked at the Departments of State and Commerce as a Foreign Service officer and as a member of the Senior Executive Service. His government experience includes work on a range of politico-military and intelligence issues. He was the rapporteur for both the 2010 and 2013 UN Group of Government Experts on Information Security. Lewis has authored numerous publications since coming to CSIS, publishing a series of reports and essays exploring the relationship between technology and national power. He is an internationally recognized expert on technology and strategy whose work includes the Securing Cyberspace for the 44th Presidency (CSIS, 2008). Lewis led a long-running track II dialogue on cybersecurity with China. His remarks appear frequently in the media, and he has testified numerous times before Congress. His current research examines international security and governance in cyberspace and the effect of the Internet on politics. Lewis received his Ph.D. from the University of Chicago.
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