The Sino-Russian Approach to the Maritime: A Mare Clausem System?

By |2021-04-02T10:37:18-10:00March 31st, 2021|Categories: Journal, news, hemmings|Tags: , , |

“The Sino-Russian Approach to the Maritime: A Mare Clausem System?” is the title of a paper by Dr. John Hemmings for Security Nexus. This article highlights how the increase in resources and focus gives US forces the ability to push back and fight in the information domain, a space where Russia and China are increasing the tempo. Abstract: The current global order is based on the free and open maritime trading order, giving access to all seafaring nations. The "openness" of this order, concepts such as "international waters" were not inevitable and there are historical instances of states - such [...]

Artificial Intelligence, China, Russia, and global order

By |2020-03-11T15:06:56-10:00March 11th, 2020|Categories: Faculty Articles, Sitaraman|Tags: , , , |

Dr. Srini Sitaraman has a new article published in the Spring 2020 issue of the Journal of European, Middle Eastern, and African Affairs published by the Air University Press, Maxwell, AFB, AL. Sitaraman reviews the work by Nicholas Wright and his co-authors on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and how AI is re-shaping the global order. Sitaraman focuses his analysis on the concerns with regards to the notion of ‘singularity’, which represents the fear that an “exponentially accelerating technological progress will create an AI that exceeds human intelligence” and that it will escape human control. Presently humans believe that they can control, contain, [...]

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