The role of military force as a deterrent necessitates a forward-looking strategy that breaks free from the logic of legislating for the last crisis. ‘America is back’. Joe Biden’s tweet on November 24th was meant to symbolise a return to the multilateral system - with the US in the driving seat - on issues ranging from climate change to defence cooperation. The … [Read More...] about If America is back, the EU must look forward
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Writings on Chinese cyber operations tend to focus on cyber espionage and the stealing of state secrets for China’s military modernisation. Comparatively in discussions of cyber operations, cyber coercion and Chinese cyber coercion are infrequently mentioned. This has to do with the ambiguity surrounding the definition of cyber coercion and the challenges of … [Read More...] about Chinese cyber coercion in the Asia-Pacific? Recent cyber operations in South Korea, Hong Kong, and India.
This is part II of Ed Stacey’s interview with Amy Ertan on AI and military innovation for Strife’s Offensive Cyber Series. You can find part I here. ES: I … [Read More...] about Offensive Cyber Series: Amy Ertan on AI and Military Innovation, Part II
On Wednesday 17th March, Strife Interviewer Ed Stacey sat down with Amy Ertan to discuss offensive cyber in the context of artificial intelligence (AI) and military … [Read More...] about Offensive Cyber Series: Amy Ertan on AI and Military Innovation, Part I