Washington’s decision to voluntarily refrain from destructive, direct-ascent anti-satellite weapons tests opens new pathways to promoting norms of responsible behavior in space.
In part one of our conversation with Ashley, we discussed India’s strategic calculus around its relations with Russia amid the Russia-Ukraine war. We also discussed the role of India’s tensions with China, and how the White House views India’s Russia ties.
Once atrocities begin, sanctions, tough rhetoric or political isolation will not work. If the international community wants to stop mass killings, use of force is the only effective action.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen will be attending the opening meeting of the G20 sumit, but will skip the other sessions as long as Russia is present, even if only by video.
The ubiquity of artificial intelligence systems in modern organizations all but guarantees that regulators or the parties they oversee will make use of learning algorithms or novel techniques to analyze data in the process of defining, implementing, or complying with regulatory requirements.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine calls for more caution, not less.
Professor Duncan Hollis of Temple Law explains the development of international cyberspace law, starting with the preliminary questions of whether and how existing international laws apply.
Nato seems divided on these questions. Some members, most likely Poland and the Baltic states, want Ukraine to resist compromises because it is fighting for Europe’s security, not merely its own.
Former U.S. secretary of defense Robert M. Gates joins Aaron on the show to talk about the return of great power conflict amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Washington also needs smarter tech policy that addresses platforms’ roles in polarization and inequality.