Henry Farrell

Response
Mar/Apr
2014
Michael A. Cohen; Henry Farrell and Martha Finnemore

The Manning and Snowden leaks do shed light on U.S. foreign policy, sometimes in an unflattering way. But they certainly do not prove that Washington acts hypocritically.

Comment
Nov/Dec
2013
Henry Farrell and Martha Finnemore

In the age of leaks, the United States will find it harder to act hypocritically and get away with it -- and so Washington may ultimately be compelled to start practicing what it preaches.

Snapshot
Henry Farrell and Abraham Newman

European security officials had finally gained the upper hand over privacy advocates when it came to intelligence sharing with the United States. But after revelations of the NSA's expansive European spying program, the pendulum is about to swing the other way.

Essay
May/June
2011
Henry Farrell and John Quiggin

European politicians are worried about managing fiscal stabilization, but strict spending limits could destroy what little is left of the EU’s political legitimacy.