The unilateral and arbitrary use of sanctions undermined the international standing of the U.S. and has had material consequences.
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.
Australia is entangled in the superpower competition between China and the United States over the control of lithium.
Global guidelines are emerging to ensure governance in AI, but many low- and middle-income countries lag behind.
At the moment, there isn’t a clear answer to the question of who should be held responsible when civilians are killed by artificially intelligent weapons.
Most countries can produce all the energy they need from solar and wind and make their own clean hydrogen for their chemical industry.
Aiming to catch up with China, both the EU and U.S. are turning climate policy into industrial and trade strategy.
ChatGPT and other AI chatbots present a challenge to Google’s present revenue model, which relies heavily on advertising income.
Wealthy nations will continue outbidding developing nations for energy resources without significant climate adaptation measures.
Since the conflict began almost exactly a year ago, energy prices have increased sharply but to varying degrees depending on the type of fuel.
The main challenge for implementing artificial intelligence in warfare is the wholesale re-engineering of C4ISR strategies and doctrines.