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Glenda Cooper and Alexey Naumov
Journalists from the UK and Russia debate the role of their profession in today’s media landscape.
Michael Chertoff, Patrick Bury and Kjetil Hatlebrekke
Given its profound impact, it is worth asking whether the coronavirus pandemic represents a collective failure of national intelligence agencies.
The coronavirus pandemic should be a telling reminder that the global community has, in all too many ways, not benefited from the lessons that it should have learned from the past.
Building the next cyber security strategy must go beyond domestic resilience to address international dynamics. And doing so will require an articulation of a vision about what kind of cyberspace it tries to shape worldwide.
Anton Moiseienko and Kayla Izenman
Regulating virtual currency businesses in order to prevent money laundering is not easy. But it can be done.
Engaging in open debate will be crucial for the UK Intelligence Community to gain public trust regarding the use of artificial intelligence for national security purposes.
Readers of the Chilcot Report might have expected a more extensive assessment of Britain’s military operations in Iraq.
Andrew Glazzard reviews Stalin’s Englishman: The Lives of Guy Burgess, by Andrew Lownie.
Intelligence gaps are at the heart of the UK’s vulnerability to financial crime – evidence rather than supposition must form the basis of the response.