Julia Peng discusses how trade policies, agreements, and barriers can effectively prevent or encourage the spread of superbugs.
Author: Julia Peng
Julia Peng is a rising senior at the Wharton School of The University of Pennsylvania, majoring in Entrepreneurial Management and Healthcare Management. A Joseph Wharton Scholar and a Benjamin Franklin Scholar, Julia’s research interests lie in economics, security, and healthcare policy. She currently serves as Co-Chair of the Wharton Undergraduate Research Board. Julia was recently named as one of Canada’s The Next 36. She will represent Canada at the upcoming OECD Forum in Paris, has chaired the UNDP Committee at the 2013 Ivy League Model UN Conference, and represented Canada in Latin America as a member of Junior Team Canada. She hopes to pursue a career in the intersection of policy and entrepreneurial innovation.
Blockchain: Financial Security is Only the Beginning
Julia Peng discusses how blockchain-based applications, such as Bitcoin, can impact on financial security and increase the political and economic power of terrorist organizations.
The Rise of Commercial Satellite Imaging – Implications for Defense
As space becomes more accessible, commercial aerospace and satellite imaging will continue to grow. Julia Peng discusses what these trends in aerospace mean for intelligence and defense.
A Tale of Two Seas: Chinese Naval Disputes and What It Means for Canada
Julia Peng explores how the China South Sea dispute will affect the geopolitics of the Arctic, especially concerning Canada.
Cyber-Nuclear Security: An Emerging Threat
Julia Peng explores the digital threat of nuclear security, and how policy needs to adapt to the rapidly evolving discipline.