Producing automated vehicles (AVs) that are, and can be shown to be, safe is an ongoing challenge.
It is time to ensure that security for smart cities is addressed early and often, including by engaging city residents in the process.
As the country enters treacherous territory, it must prioritize measures that arrest economic and institutional collapse to avert a far worse crisis.
The responsibility to declare war rightly belongs to Congress, and if Congress keeps passing the buck, then President Biden, his successor, or the voting public ought to insist that it fulfill its obligations.
There are external, structural, and international considerations that need to be kept firmly in view when looking at Afghanistan. To put it bluntly: ideology is going to have to take a backseat if the Taliban government is to survive.
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s upcoming meeting with President Joe Biden is almost certain to be one of the smoothest White House meetings with a U.S. president in recent years.
As the United States and its allies withdraw from Afghanistan, military intelligence is under scrutiny. What could have been done differently?
A survey of experts on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the viability of the two-state solution.
The fisheries sector has gradually become a central geopolitical issue in the Indo-Pacific.
As Americans, we have many strengths, but strategic patience is not among them. We have been able to summon it at critical times such as the Revolutionary War and World War II, where, for example, Congress did not threaten to defund the war effort if it wasn’t wrapped up by 1944.
Navalny’s return and arrest only accelerated the Russian autocracy’s adoption of an even more repressive model of governance.
The fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban may not have immediate implications for the credibility of U.S. commitment to Taiwan. But the Afghan National Army’s rapid collapse and the American military’s hasty withdrawal highlight important facts for decision makers in Washington, Taipei and Beijing.
Experts from throughout Carnegie’s global network assess the stark humanitarian toll, the regional ramifications, and the diplomatic challenges posed by the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan.
Unlike other major financial markets, Mainland China is home to many mixed conglomerates that control a range of large financial and non-financial firms.
The recent spate of ransomware attacks in the United States, including against critical infrastructure in the case of the Colonial Pipeline attack, raises questions about U.S. Cyber Command’s role in responding to this type of malicious behavior.
This volume digs deeply into what we call “the Korean way with data.” It explores Korea’s distinctive experiences, successes, failures, and recalibrations. And it aims to address the question of what can and should be learned from innovative Korean policies and practices.
Despite slick rhetoric from Taliban spokespeople, Afghanistan’s future under its new rulers is likely to be messy and uncertain.
Pakistan’s military leaders may see the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan as a net win, but their cynical, realpolitik support for the Taliban is not risk-free.
As part of the EU’s strategic autonomy, the concept of technological sovereignty has risen in importance. What steps can Europe take to grow its technological capacity?
The ongoing withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan is transforming diplomatic and security dynamics in Central Asia, creating opportunities for Russia and China to enhance their engagement with increasingly anxious governments in the region.