Governments need to adapt traditional concepts and tools of statecraft to the digital age.
The Bay of Bengal’s littoral states must find a way to build appropriate institutions that provide a framework for engaging with extra-regional powers and building havens of cooperation.
Given the pace of progress in AI development, the expanding scope for its application, and the growing intensity of the current research effort suggests that it may not be too soon to revisit and revise the Asimov commands on computing.
Congressional repeal of a law that demanded disclosure by extractive industries for payments to foreign governments is viewed as a victory for oil and gas. It may also be a step towards kleptocracy.
While most of the crowd at Davos would love to see America lead as before, they have never been more skeptical about its prospects.
Vice President Joe Biden’s speech was an evisceration of a man whose name was never mentioned, a man who will be the next president of the United States.
As one of the world’s oldest civilizations whose comprehensive national power has rapidly risen, China has the right to play a leading role in shaping the global order. Beijing’s current unilateralism, however, is likely to limit China’s global possibilities.
The guys being ferried around Davos for deal meetings know that Donald Trump thinks like them, hires them, and aspires to the same things as they do.
Interest in cybersecurity in the context of international relations has never been greater.
U.S. Vice President Biden discussed the Obama administration’s achievements in addressing the dangers posed by nuclear weapons under the Prague Agenda.