NATO needs new ways to harness emerging and disruptive technologies (EDTs) while engaging with the next generation of atlanticists to combat disinformation and improve digital resilience.
Analysis & Research
The Defense Tech Initiative analyzes issues related to defense technology trends, conventional and hybrid threats, and transatlantic defense tech policies.
The UK is not alone in this regard, as many European countries try to balance China-the-threat with China-the-perceived-market
The advent of 5G technology is heralded as the glue that will enable the integration of emerging and disruptive technologies (EDTs) into military operations
Warfare is getting more complex, but simple technology provides a good starting point
The transatlantic community needs to continue to ensure that policymakers are directly joined by practitioners of science and technology
NATO commitments to emerging defense technologies are welcome developments, but they require new authorities and differentiated talent.
CEPA fellows and staff explain what the meetings in the UK, Belgium, and Switzerland have revealed.
President Joe Biden arrives in Europe this week to engage with a range of global issues
Strategically and operationally, it must remain clear that AI is but one tool
Georgia could start its own production of drones, which would strengthen its bid to join the NATO alliance