Kenneth Neil Cukier

News & Events
Kenneth Neil Cukier, Michael Flowers, and Gideon Rose

The data editor of The Economist and the analytics director for office of the mayor of New York City discuss big data with the editor of Foreign Affairs.

Video
Gideon Rose and Kenneth Neil Cukier

Gideon Rose, editor of Foreign Affairs, sits down with Kenneth Cukier, data editor of The Economist.

Essay
May/June
2013
Kenneth Neil Cukier and Viktor Mayer-Schoenberger

Everyone knows that the Internet has changed how businesses operate, governments function, and people live. But a new, less visible technological trend is proving just as transformative: big data.

Essay
Jul/Aug
2009
Brian P. Klein and Kenneth Neil Cukier

For decades, Asian economies used exports to the West as a means of growth. Now, if they hope to weather the global recession, they will have to enact deep structural changes such as higher wages and increased domestic consumption.

Postscript
Kenneth Neil Cukier

Cukier's update to his November/December 2005 essay "Who Will Control the Internet?"

Comment
Nov/Dec
2005
Kenneth Neil Cukier

Foreign governments want control of the Internet transferred from an American NGO to an international institution. Washington has responded with a Monroe Doctrine for our times, setting the stage for further controversy.