The war in Ukraine has demonstrated that India needs to establish a strong domestic space economy in order to weather geopolitical storms.
While digital platforms have long faced pressure from governments around the world to take down content, block political critics, and open local offices on which government control can be more easily exerted, Western pressure and Russia’s crackdown are accelerating a paradigm shift for how tech firms operate.
Public attribution is an important yet sensitive issue in cyberspace interaction between China and the United States. The gaps that exist between the two countries’ understanding of the issue have posed a growing negative impact on maintaining stable and healthy China-U.S. relations, both in this area and in broader terms.
Authoritarian governments are leading the push at the UN to develop international norms. Democracies should deploy existing UN codes to provide alternatives.
The threat of major cyberattacks against the United States may be higher now than ever before.
The dependence of automated vehicles on software exposes them to significant cybersecurity challenges. To fundamentally change transportation in the twenty-first century in a safe and secure way, AVs must place cyber at the center of their risk management.
In the months preceding Russia’s invasion, many observers predicted that cyber operations would be a key component of Russia’s military strategy. Yet, while Ukraine’s infrastructure (power and telecommunications in particular) has been targeted, the internet is still largely accessible across the country.
A fractured global consensus on key technological and geopolitical issues could thwart much needed progress. Deepening global cooperation to develop local answers will be the way forward.
Since Russia launched a full-scale military invasion of Ukraine on February 24, questions have resurfaced about the likelihood of a global cyber war. While experts say there isn’t a credible threat at this time, the overall cyber threat landscape is leading to caution.
As you start thinking about how a no-fly zone would actually unfold, it becomes very obvious this would be direct involvement in the war against Russia, and rather than end the war, a no-fly zone would enlarge the war and escalate the war.