Is AI the road to serfdom?
The age-old question arises again: are machines a threat to humans or a means of emancipating them?
The appeal for China – a rising military superpower – to join disarmament efforts or participate in the INF is completely appropriate
While the UK and other European states fret over ISIS warriors wanting to return, the views of the states most damaged by ISIS are ignored
Today, war means much more than military combat and can take place even as the leaders of the warring powers meet to negotiate
Balancing social-justice issues with national energy-production priorities is a global challenge, as exemplified by Nepal’s situation
The pope’s recent visit to the United Arab Emirates highlighted the social benefits of friendly interfaith relations in a region plagued by extremism
The battle declared after 9/11 couldn’t be more global, having spread far beyond Afghanistan and Iraq into 80 countries
In a vulgar re-enactment of Obama’s 2009 ‘A New Beginning’ speech in Cairo, Mike Pompeo outlined America’s policy of arrogance
It is becoming clear that the only real solution to climate change is a radical restructuring of the way the world operates
The country is fueling innovation with frontier technologies such as machine learning and automation for the benefit of its enterprises and workforce
As Hanoi becomes more confident in its foreign policy, its censorship of media content exploring the sensitive topic is becoming much more relaxed
As its elections approach, the Jewish state is in a very strong position on multiple fronts, while the Palestinians have been significantly weakened