Arjun Bisen is a Fulbright scholar and Master of Public Policy student at Harvard Kennedy School. Prior to Harvard, he worked as an Australian diplomat for seven years, focusing on Asian geopolitics, trade negotiations, managing large UN aid programs, and drafting Australia’s cyber strategy. He also undertook a diplomatic posting in Cambodia. At Harvard, he has helped the U.S. Census Bureau reform its data portal and played an active role in the Future Society student group, Digital HKS, and the Defending Digital Democracy Project. This summer he will be working at Twitter on contemporary tech policy issues. He completed his undergraduate degree in Business with a First-Class Honors in Microfinance and Social Entrepreneurship at the University of Technology, Sydney. He is interested in China’s relationship with weak states and the intersection of technology and foreign policy.