Five Twitter feeds you should be following

When it comes to Twitter, there’s no shortage of great resources for news, analysis and commentary – in fact, choosing who to follow from so many possibilities can be a bit daunting! So, periodically we’ll use this blog space to share Twitter feeds for some of the national security and public safety thought leaders, news sources and other organizations we find interesting.

Here are five we think you should follow too:

Financial Times The World (@fttheworld)

Chief foreign affairs commentator Gideon Rachman and his Financial Times colleagues debate international policy and global affairs.

The Council on Foreign Relations (@CFR_org)

Scholars from The Council on Foreign Relations discuss foreign policy news and analysis, including how current events influence the future of national security.

Andrew Exum (@abumuqawama)

One of the world's most influential national security thinkers; a former U.S. Army Ranger and Middle East expert.

Get Prepared (@Get_Prepared)

The official Twitter page of Public Safety Canada’s “72 hours” emergency preparedness campaign.

Spencer Ackerman (@attackerman)

The editor of Danger Room, Wired's popular national security blog, discusses everything from television to informal commentary of important defense news of the day.

Have a suggestion for our list? Let us know at @MicrosoftPSNS.

About the Author

Jennifer Steele | Senior Marketing Manager, Worldwide Public Safety and National Security Industry

Jennifer’s focus is on public safety and national security. She joined the Microsoft worldwide team from Avanade, the world’s largest Microsoft consultancy, where she led field marketing for the Americas geography. Read More