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Kayla Izenman and Anton Moiseienko
As in-game economies flourish, game developers should take responsibility for keeping the virtual worlds they create free from real crime.
Rod Thornton and Marina Miron
Russia is expecting artificial intelligence to have strategic consequences in cyberspace.
As the UK charts a new foreign policy following its exit from the EU, strengthening relations with India is likely to be a key objective.
A British defence secretary has been dismissed over allegations that he leaked a government discussion about the market access which China’s telecommunication giant Huawei may obtain in the UK. But there are other lessons from this episode.
Joel Rogers de Waal
Western digital society can never be properly fortified against foreign interference. But it could do more in the realm of information warfare deterrence.
Maria Smekalova and Kevin Gourlay
There is still a role for global discussion on norms of conduct in cyberspace.
Government procurement programmes need to adapt if they are to successfully acquire AI-enabled systems.
V R Berghahn
V R Berghahn reviews A Not-So-Special Relationship: The US, the UK and German Unification, 1945–1990, by Luca Ratti.
The uncertainty of contemporary conflicts encourages game developers to turn to past and future wars.