Julian Lindley-French: COVID-19, Europe’s Defence And The Riga Test

What are the implications for the Allied defence of Riga of COVID-19? Defence budgets will probably be plundered in many European countries to pay for ‘human’ (health) security, the growing gap between Allied defence, deterrence and threat will further increase, a further European retreat from

Nazli Choucri, Nguyen Anh Tuan, Marc Rotenberg: Social Contract For The Artificial Intelligence Age. Safety, Security & Sustainability For AI World

Advances in information and communication technologies -- global Internet, social media, Internet of Things and a range of related science-driven innovations -- are recognized almost everyone and everywhere Less well appreciated are the accelerated advances in Artificial Intelligence and its far-ranging applications that are shaping

Martin Svárovský: NATO Relevance On Both Sides Of The Atlantic

Over the last five years, NATO has undergone deep modernization of its command structure and force posture. Three consecutive summits have proven NATO’s adaptability to the new security environment created by Russian aggression on Ukraine and the increased assertiveness of Putin’s regime. Two important strategic