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SCO's Artificial Intelligence Capabilities Are the Future of War

Eoin Higgins | Posted 03.22.2016 | Technology
Eoin Higgins

The Department of Defense announced in early February, in an address to the Economic Club of Washington by Defense Scretary Ashton Carter, that its St...

How the World Looks From the Russian Perspective

Sergey Karaganov | Posted 02.15.2016 | World
Sergey Karaganov

MOSCOW -- The era that began with the end of the Second World War is now over. That period was characterized by a relatively orderly and stable system of confrontation. In fact, the end of the Cold War did not mean the emergence of a new order. There was a hope that the main centers of power would establish relations based largely on cooperation. Instead, an attempt was made to build a unipolar world, which predictably failed. To all appearances, the world is now being swept by a wave of turbulence and fierce competition, if not a struggle of all against all.

As China Awakens, America -- And Pakistan -- Should Take Note

Akbar Ahmed | Posted 07.30.2016 | World
Akbar Ahmed

BEIJING -- "When China wakes, she will shake the world." Napoleon's famous comment on China has had China-watchers scratching their heads for two centuries as to what exactly he meant. The answer may be tied to Xi Jinping's vision of the future of China.

NATO-SCO: Partners, if not Allies

Chris Dalby | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Chris Dalby

For long after the Berlin Wall was toppled, NATO seemed to be morally adrift as its primary raison d'être, opposing the Soviet Union, vanished. A fli...

Weekly Foreign Affairs Roundup

Christopher Herbert and Victoria Kataoka | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Christopher Herbert and Victoria Kataoka

The Week's Top Stories in Foreign Affairs:A Failed Mexican State? Facts: US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton traveled to Mexico and committed more U...

NATO and the New Cold War

Conn Hallinan | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Conn Hallinan

Military alliances are always sold as things that produce security. In practice they tend to do the opposite -- NATO is an alliance in trouble.