This volume digs into South Korea’s experiences with digital standards and standardization and draws attention to Korea’s distinctive digital policy. It then compares Korea’s experiences to those of the United States and other Asian players, notably Malaysia and Japan—grading all four countries in key areas.
The cranes at U.S. ports are the latest target in the Biden administration’s efforts to secure supply chains and mitigate cybersecurity risks.
PCIs, who are among Israel’s most marginalized minorities, have experienced even more violence and racism after the October 7 Hamas attacks.
Turkey’s dependence on energy imports has an impact on the country’s economic and geopolitical orientation. Turkish leaders should devise energy policies that respond to domestic priorities, regional ambitions, and the challenges posed by climate change.
As far as the Belarusian regime is concerned, the threat comes not from its own society, but from external enemies who will use every opportunity to repeat the mass unrest of 2020. That means that every possible weak spot must be shored up.
How face swap apps, investigative journalism, and corporate thought leadership shaped governance.
We appear to be witnessing the emergence of a united front against Washington that extends from the Baltic Sea to the Persian Gulf.
Experts analyze critical issues on what happens after the fighting abates, from global points of view.
Sectoral Deals Can Boost Growth, Address Global Problems—and Win Public Support
An intense politicization of climate change debates is becoming one of Europe’s defining political crises. But counterintuitively, this trend could offer a healthy democratic corrective that ultimately serves a more just and inclusive climate transition.
Moldovan President Maia Sandu is going all in on EU integration successes as she looks to win presidential elections in the fall.
Considering their use and deployment in recent conflicts, this commentary summarizes India’s normative stance on lethal autonomous weapons systems at multilateral forums.
Many more years of high economic expansion are only possible if the country restructures to boost domestic consumption.
The news Thursday morning of the AT&T service outage — affecting tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of customers — was yet another reminder of the importance of critical infrastructure resilience.
The moral and political stakes of Russia’s war in Ukraine have not changed. But in the West, the sense of urgency has waned.
Widely viewed as the most powerful person in Georgia, billionaire Bidzina Ivanishvili has announced a political comeback ahead of fall elections.
A host of stakeholders, ranging from U.S. allies to high-technology companies, need to find common ground on recent U.S. export control measures. This commentary explores how a new multilateral export control regime based on COCOM could facilitate this.
A discussion on what kind of long-term strategy will bring success for Ukraine against the far bigger and better-equipped Russian forces.
Hamas’ Oct. 7 attacks did not happen out of the blue. They were preceded by years of bitter conflict, ever since the group consolidated its control of the Gaza Strip in 2007.
The civil-military rift became untenable, but the way ahead is not going to be easy.