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Category: Policy

US–China tech rivalry reflects contrasting cyber cultures

By Katherine Mansted There’s a growing debate in policy circles right now: are cyber technologies good or bad for democracy? Are internet platforms weakening public debate and social cohesion? Will artificial intelligence inevitably favour...

National security wrap

By Genevieve Feely, Rhys De Wilde, Mali Walker and Luke Courtois The beat Facial recognition challenged in UK court The first test case against the use of facial recognition technology by police in Britain...

Will young voters’ apathy take down Europe?

By Dominique Moisi The need for a strong, unified Europe has never been greater. But enthusiasm for the European project has rarely been so weak, at least among the young. According to a recent...

U.S. Probes Suspected Chlorine Attack

By Katie Bo Williams, Defense One Military action against Syria over the use of chlorine would represent a de facto shift in policy. …read more From:: Government Executive (Policy)

Will there be one ASEAN voice on cyber?

By Shashi Jayakumar ASEAN, the common refrain goes, moves slowly, especially on sensitive issues that touch on sovereignty and security, where the pace of consensus-forming adjusts to fit the comfort level of the most...

SOCOM Pivots Toward Great Power Competition

By Paul McLeary The Pentagon’s new Special Ops leader is looking to the defense industry for help in meeting peer adversaries, but he also has a bone to pick. …read more From:: Breaking Defense...

Chinese aid to the Pacific and the Caribbean

By Denghua Zhang, Diego Leiva and Melodie Ruwet Chinese aid to Pacific island countries (PICs) has received increasing attention from academic and policy circles in Australia in recent years. But is the Pacific unique...

HAC Stiffs New Commerce Bureau for Satellite Regulation

By Theresa Hitchens House appropriators rejected Trump’s plan to put satellite regulation under the Commerce Department and chide Secretary Wilbur Ross for his refusal to testify on the 2020 budget request. …read more From::...

House Panel Rejects Space Force

By Marcus Weisgerber, Defense One The Pentagon’s arguments are unconvincing, a House Appropriations Committee subcommittee says. …read more From:: Government Executive (Policy)

The battlefield is no place for soldiers

By Solomon Birch The armistice that ended World War I was signed at around 5 am on 11 November 1918 but didn’t come into force until 11 am. In those six hours, when both...

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