Feb 21, 2024
Jin Liangxiang
This article argues that the Abraham Accords process is exclusive and disregards the foundational principles of regional peace, and proposes how to make it a more inclusive process.
Jan 02, 2024
Rohan Gunaratna
This argues that the Israel-Hamas war will define the global threat landscape in 2024. Preventing the conflict from escalating and working toward a sustainable solution for the Palestinian people will require visionary leadership.
Dec 23, 2023
Andrew Mantong, Dandy Rafitrandi, Rocky Intan, and Muhammad Waffaa Kharisma
The delves into the resurfacing importance of economic security in the Indo-Pacific, examining how ASEAN and the Republic of Korea navigate their economic interdependence amid supply chain security concerns.
Dec 23, 2023
Paul Samson, Constance de Leusse, Paul Fehlinger, and Aaron Shull
As the world grapples with rapid technological change, responsible innovation is critical. This policy brief explores seven verticals that will guide this technological evolution and four broader challenges that will shape the impact of technology.
Dec 21, 2023
David Evan Harris
This argues that now is the time for everyone, everywhere, to get educated about the risks and benefits of technology. Ensuring that AI is developed in ways that serve the public interest will require participation from citizens and governments globally.
Dec 07, 2023
Simon Cleobury
Significant barriers impede the adoption of new arms control agreements for military AI use. Given the obstacles to multilateral agreements in the short term, AI powers should pursue norm-building through unilateral and joint declarations.
Dec 05, 2023
Ilhan Dahir and David Willima
Since the High Seas Treaty was opened for signatures in September, only twelve African states have signed. This analyzes the alignment between African interests and the treaty and how to pursue greater ratification in Africa.
Dec 05, 2023
Marianne Hanson
Lowy Institute
Indonesia will shortly become a signatory state to the Nuclear Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. This assesses the political significance of this decision and how Australia should think about the treaty.
Dec 04, 2023
Nadine Biehler, Nadine Knapp, and Anne Koch
International climate negotiations have historically neglected how climate change is increasing displacement, migration, and involuntary immobility. The new Loss and Damage Fund offers an opportunity to bring this epochal challenge onto the agenda.
Dec 04, 2023
Joel Ng
As conflicts escalate across the globe and tensions rise, multilateral mechanisms have been under increasing strain. This explores the potential of ambitiously rethought confidence-building measures to reduce systemic risks and mitigate distrust spirals.