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Beard - The Shortcomings of Indeterminacy in Arms Control Regimes

This week we continue our look at arms control. Here we consider the article ‘The Shortcomings of Indeterminacy in Arms Control Regimes: The Case of the Biological Weapons Convention… 564 more words

Korea Kim-Trump Talks Concerns, by Gabriel C Banda

Korea Kim-Trump Talks Concerns,


Gabriel C Banda

OF course, effect of Tweeting on issues may be one of the concerns we may have about the coming Korea talks involving Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un. 2,392 more words

A.I., Automation, and the Military: But can we control its direction?

Robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) have the potential to be transformative

military technologies on a par with radio, aircraft, computers and nuclear

weapons. Because of the ubiquitous nature of the dual-use technologies of AI…

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A.I., Automation, and the Military: We cannot stop the inevitable

Artificial intelligence and automation more generally are topics which creep up in the news cycle with increasing regularity, often promising either the onset of a new age of plenty and… 1,343 more words


Fuhrmann and Lupu - Do Arms Control Treaties Work?: Assessing the Effectiveness of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty

This week begins a series of discussions on arms control. Whilst we’ve looked at this topic before, this series (and the next two) are all the suggestions of TTAC21 member Maaike Verbruggen. 506 more words

The Vienna Document and the Russian challenge to the European Security Architecture

I published a  chapter on the current challenges to the Vienna Document on Confidence and Security-Building Measures in a collective volume on the strategic impact of military exercises edited by Guillaume Lasconjarias, Beatrice Heuser and Tormod Heier. 12 more words


Roots of Conflicts and Lasting Peace in Africa: IPPNW Affiliates Prioritize Prevention

by Kelvin Kibet, IPPNW International Student Representative

The hope for future sustainable peace in Africa is prevention. Amidst all the violent conflicts in multiple countries, including but not limited to Mali, Somalia, Central African Republic, Nigeria, South Sudan and Ethiopia, we have to realize that without addressing the very roots of conflicts in these countries we may not stand a chance at lasting peace. 687 more words