Even a Short War Over Taiwan or the Baltics Would Be Devastating – FP, 29.07
Scenarios and war games rarely take full account of civilian losses. By Daniel R. Mahanty, the director of the U.S. program at the Center for Civilians in Conflict
Can the World Avoid War in Cyberspace—and in Space? – FP, 23.07
Billionaire rocket launches and ongoing cyberattacks reveal that, without norms governing conflict, there could be chaos. By Emma Ashford, a senior fellow in the New American Engagement Initiative at the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security, and Matthew Kroenig, deputy director of the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security
Killer Flying Robots Are Here. What Do We Do Now? – FP, 5.07
A new generation of AI-enabled drones could be used to terrible ends by rogue states, criminal groups, and psychopaths. By Vivek Wadhwa, a columnist at Foreign Policy and a fellow at Harvard Law School’s Labor and Worklife Program, and Alex Salkever, a technology writer and futurist
Germany warns: AI arms race already underway – DW, 7.06
The world is entering a new era of warfare, with artificial intelligence taking center stage. AI is making militaries faster, smarter and more efficient. But if left unchecked, it threatens to destabilize the world.
Military drones in Europe – CH, 30.04
Ensuring transparency and accountability
Gaza and Nagorno-Karabakh Were Glimpses of the Future of Conflict – FP, 21.06
Some technological claims panned out in recent wars, but others flopped. By Jason Crabtree, the CEO of QOMPLX, a commercial cybersecurity and risk analytic firm
The U.S. Army Goes to School on Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict – FP, 31.03
Off-the-shelf air power changes the battlefield of the future. By Jack Detsch
New military security architecture needed in the Arctic – CH, 4.05
Mounting military pressure in the European Arctic can no longer be ignored. The US must address the issue and build proper mechanisms for dialogue on security.