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The development of autonomous weapon systems needs to take into account compliance with international humanitarian law.
James Butcher and Irakli Beridze
Multiple initiatives across the public sector, private sector, civil society and international organisations are seeking to develop regulatory frameworks for the development of AI technologies.
Like the proverbial frog in boiling water, the EU knows something is wrong; it just can’t decide what to do.
Helena Wood and Isabella Chase
The government’s first-ever comprehensive Economic Crime Plan is a step in the right direction, but requires adequate funding.
The Law Commission’s report provides useful analysis of the problem but lacks a bold blueprint for reform of the UK’s suspicious activity reporting regime.
Spontaneous anti-Russia demonstrations in Georgia are evidence of the country’s Western orientation and Russia’s declining soft power in the region.
Huw Dylan reviews Beyond Snowden: Privacy, Mass Surveillance, and the Struggle to Reform the NSA, by Timothy H Edgar.
Tom Keatinge, Florence Keen and Anton Moiseienko
In view of the terrorist threat and diversity of funding efforts, counter-terrorist financing efforts should aim to address the modus operandi of any given target, placing greater emphasis on the intelligence value that finance provides.
Tom Keatinge and Florence Keen
Social media has attracted scrutiny as a tool for promoting extremism. Its power to support terrorist financing requires equal attention.
RUSI is pleased to invite you to this event examining the future of UK sanctions policy following Brexit, kindly hosted by Dechert LLP.
A lecture by Caroline Haughey, barrister and member of the Prime Minister’s Modern Slavery Task Force.
Professor Jason Sharman will talk on the subject of corruption, money laundering and the use of offshore financial centres, and will examine recent action to address these problems.