Our book recommendations explore the dangers of nuclear weapons, the roots of Trump’s Republican Party, and the reach of China’s espionage.
The global system is now in a multipolar era. Alternatives to the U.S. dollar are rising. And so too are new, disruptive technologies like artificial intelligence.
By 2050, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Ethiopia will rise to the ranks of the world’s ten most populous countries.
Countries like Brazil and India pursue “active non-alignment” amid renewed great power rivalry, exerting influence in ways unthinkable before.
Zelensky’s opportunity to make a direct appeal to G7 leaders may end up being the key statement of the summit.
The Russia-Ukraine war has shown that non-alignment continues to be a popular choice for even democratic countries.
GPT-3, the engine that powered the initial release of ChatGPT, learns about language by noting, from a trillion instances, which words tend to follow which other words.
Binance is not only up against two powerful U.S. financial regulators, the CTFC and the SEC, but it could also face heat from Congress.
Putin’s invasion of Ukraine — backed openly by China’s economic power — is just the first geopolitical product of a restored Russia-China axis.
AI chatbots like ChatGPT hallucinate answers, steal content and traffic from creators, and deny users the opportunity to learn.
With the AUKUS submarine plan, Australia is committing to bolstering its reliance on U.S. capabilities to, ironically, bolster Australia’s own self-reliance capabilities.