Nazli Choucri is a Professor of Political Science at MIT, Senior Faculty at the Center of International Studies (CIS), and Faculty Affiliate of the Institute for Data, Science, and Society (IDSS). Working in computational social sciences, she focuses on  international relations and cyberpolitics—with attention to security threats as well as strategies for global accord. She is architect and Director of the Global System for Sustainable Development (GSSD), an evolving knowledge system on sustainability problems and solution strategies.   Member of the European Academy of Science and Elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), Dr. Choucri is author and/or editor of twelve books, including   International Relations in the Cyber Age: The Co-Evolution Dilemma, with David D. Clark.