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Elisabeth Braw and Gary Brown
Targeting individuals rather than states might be a better way of deterring cyber attacks.
Gill Bennett reviews God’s Spies: The Stasi’s Cold War Espionage Campaign Inside the Church, by Elisabeth Braw.
Lev Topor reviews Bytes, Bombs and Spies: The Strategic Dimensions of Offensive Cyber Operations, edited by Herbert Lin and Amy Zegart.
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.
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.
Government procurement programmes need to adapt if they are to successfully acquire AI-enabled systems.
Curated by Luba Elliott
Machines in creation?
Elsa B Kania
The Chinese People’s Liberation Army is pursuing military innovation through investment in emerging technologies.
The Royal United Services Institute is delighted to host this timely exhibition, held in partnership with the Guards Museum, to mark the bicentenary of the Battle of Waterloo.
Honing in on the British military experience, distinguished historians including Gary Sheffield, Gill Bennett and Peter Gray will discuss the development of Britain’s armed forces between the two...