Quickly evolving technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), 5G, and quantum computing will fundamentally shift the global balance of power. Geopolitics is shaped and harnessed
The Geopolitics News section looks at complex contemporary regional environments that have recently been in the news, for example, the artics, along with more traditional key geopolitical chokepoints such as international straits. We analyze several key issues ranging from trans-boundary and natural resource disputes to the spatiality of the phenomena of terrorism and geographical perspectives. The section aims to provide readers an understanding of contemporary war and warfare, in the light of military, political, diplomatic, economic and technological dynamics affecting the global political environment. Recent conflicts in Europe, Africa and the Middle will also be regularly monitored and covered.
The US government extended its blacklist of businesses to include some of China’s largest artificial intelligence (AI) companies, punishing Beijing for abusing Muslim minorities, and
The US Department of Justice has expressed its concerns about the direct link that the cable could provide to China.
China’s goal is closing the AI tech gap with the US by 2030.
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has announced that he expects members of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) to reach final agreements on tariffs at Today’s
On Wednesday, U.S. military vehicles paraded in Estonia at 300 yards from the Russian Federation border. The U.S. Army’s Second Cavalry Regiment was taking part
The Economist reported that between 2000 and 2011 broad indices of commodity prices tripled. Since then, commodity prices are now experiencing drastic variations. For instance,
Sextortion’ the new online blackmail Cybercrime booming in the Philippines using a fake model on social network chat to extort 100 thousand men worldwide.
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