Dr Stephanie Borg Psaila is the Director for Digital Policy at DiploFoundation, and the Editor of the GIP Digital Watch observatory. In 2018-2019, she served as Diplo’s Interim Director and Head of Geneva Internet Platform, replacing Founding Director Dr Jovan Kurbalija during his one-year position as co-Executive Director of the Secretariat of the United Nations High-level Panel on Digital Cooperation.
Stephanie holds a Doctorate in Law (LL.D.), a Master’s in Contemporary Diplomacy, and two law-related diplomas from the University of Malta, and her special areas of interest include legal issues in digital policy, human rights, and e-diplomacy. She holds a warrant to practice as a Notary Public in Malta, and is a former journalist with The Sunday Times of Malta.
22 Sep 21 - 22 Sep 21
25 Jun 21 - 25 Jun 21
01 Dec 20 - 01 Dec 20
23 Jun 20 - 23 Jun 20
24 Jun 19 -
19 Mar 19 - 20 Mar 19
16 Oct 18 -
05 Oct 18 -
12 Jun 17 - 16 Jun 17
04 Feb 12 -
12 Nov 05 - 23 Nov 05
15 April 2021
Foreign policies have for many years served as countries’ compass in their relations with each other. With the fast digitalisation of most sectors of society, updating foreign policies to incorporate digital aspects...
14 June 2019
An analytical summary of the Final Report of the UN High-level Panel on Digital Cooperation The report of the High-level Panel in Digital Cooperation, The age of digital interdependence, has historical relevance. It ...
31 August 2017
The combined quarterly revenue of a handful of Internet companies is staggering. As the recent financial results have shown, the $142 billion figure is a 12-fold increase over the companies’ revenue 10 years ago.&am...
29 May 2017
The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation will take effect one year from now - on 25 May 2018. In this post, two central questions are tackled: Who will be affected by the new rules, and what does the ...
In this briefing paper, Dr Stephanie Borg Psaila analyses Ursula von der Leyen's new EU Commission's emphasis on digital policy for 2019–2024.... Read more...
The proliferation of small states in the past few decades has brought small and larger states on the same playing field. Their increase in number triggered a wave of studies, raised concern by 'realists' and some powerful states, and led to an affirmation that at the U... Read more...