Jul 18, 2022
Daniel Araya
CIGI
Moving beyond the exaggerations of science fiction, it is important to understand the inherent dangers of the application of artificial intelligence to the battlefield.
Jul 15, 2022
Wojciech Lorenz
PISM
NATO’s new strategic concept identifies Russia as the main military threat to the alliance. For Poland, this marks an increasingly crucial role within the organization.
Jul 13, 2022
Alexandra Sakaki
SWP
NATO’s new strategic concept included historic mentions of security and defense threats posed by China and North Korea, signaling an evolving role for the organization’s Asia-Pacific Partners.
Jul 12, 2022
Michael Emerson and Steven Blockmans
CEPS
A week after Russia invaded Ukraine, Georgia submitted its application to join the EU. However, its simultaneous success in economic cooperation and violations of democratic principles have left the outcome of its application up in the air.
Jul 06, 2022
Tiara Putri Indira Dewanti
Lowy Institute
Southeast Asia needs international support to rebuild from COVID-19, but help should not come with strings attached.
Jul 06, 2022
Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
ORF
With technology competition growing in the region, new rules of the road for critical and emerging technologies is imperative for the Quad.
Jul 05, 2022
Yoel Guzansky
INSS
The Abraham Accords provide Israel with opportunities to expand its influence beyond the Middle East. One such opportunity is the supra-regional alignment between India, Israel, the United States, and the United Arab Emirates (I2U2).
Jul 03, 2022
Shoba Suri and Aparna Roy
ORF
To address global food insecurity, it is imperative that global commitments on climate finance be fulfilled and its architecture be changed to allow increased flow of funds to the Global South.
Jul 01, 2022
Harsh V. Pant
ORF
At a time when the world order is intensely polarized, India remains one of the few nations which can work with both the G7 and BRICS in a matter of days.
Jun 30, 2022
William Alberque
IISS
The document agreed by NATO allies at the 2022 summit is pessimistic about the prospects for arms control and focuses instead on risk reduction and crisis prevention as the tools for managing the new era of competition with China and Russia.