The United States and Japan are both seeking help from private industries to develop high-tech robots that can perform both civilian and military functions.
There is growing empirical evidence that new technologies are being sold by companies in North America and Europe to customers in countries that use them to violate human rights.
A diverse group of specialists from Japan and the United States discuss the role of science and technology in twenty-first century diplomacy.
Diplomatic efforts intended to define and agree on norms in cyberspace are likely to be tested in 2016, given the increasing frequency and severity of cyberattacks.
Reigning in North Korean hackers is consistent with China’s cyberpolicy and boosts security on the Korean peninsula.
Cybertechnologies are rapidly changing the international landscape, but weak international governance of cyberspace stands in stark contrast to the accelerating pace of challenges.
Technology is transforming the world at an unprecedented pace. But the digital sphere also creates challenges and the need for better regulation.
The digital world needs transatlantic leadership. Otherwise, the risk is that international governance will remain deficient, increasing the risks of cybercrime.
Violent events and social network structures play key roles in the transmission of both sectarian and countersectarian rhetoric on Twitter.
The use of technology in the field of peacebuilding is on the rise, as novel approaches to fostering and promoting peace are needed to tackle persistent conflict.