In This Issue: Chinese tech comes under fire, the EU is divided over Southeast Asia, and a new wolf warrior winner
The Digital Markets Act is an ambitious effort to prop up European tech companies, which have underperformed in driving innovation
Russia’s sudden and substantial military escalation in and around Ukrainian territory has captured media and government attention not only in Ukraine but also in the EU, the United States, NATO, and other western capitals.
Once hailed by French President Emmanuel Macron as a “deep revolution” in European defense cooperation, the Future Combat Air System now appears to be in trouble.
Algorithms are increasingly used for decision-making. But as they penetrate everyday life, there is a worrying absence of insight.
The United States and Europe must invest more to help Belgrade and Pristina find common ground
The Biden administration should realize that it has an opportunity to counter China’s 17+1 initiative
“Chaos strategy through hybrid, multi-vector warfare is here to stay.”
“The Russian leadership’s ability to achieve its goals — regime security and great power status through weakening the EU and NATO — comes from its power of destruction rather than its power of attraction.”