Despite widespread support for a record-fast accession into NATO, Sweden’s path to membership has been slow and contentious.
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Discourse about "great power competition" is everywhere, but policymakers are often inconsistent or unclear about who fits the bill.
The EU needs the technical standards supporting its AI Act to be restrictive enough to protect consumers, but flexible enough to enable innovation. Given society’s current understanding of AI, there are serious doubts as to whether such standards are technically feasible.
Statistical data on cyber conflict is lacking. A new dataset by a European research initiative called EuRepoC tries to solve this problem by launching a dashboard to visualize more than 1,400 cyber incidents.
The European Commission has unveiled its Artificial Intelligence Act. What's in it?
This is my favorite story of the episode. David Kris covers a report from the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board on the enormous value that European governments get in fighting terrorism from the same American surveillance programs that European institutions have been fighting for twenty years to shut down. It’s a delightful takedown of European virtue-signaling, and I hope the Biden Administration gives the PCLOB a new name and mission in honor of the report.
On Wednesday, September 30, at 12:00 p.m., the House Armed Services Committee will hold a hearing on U.S. defense posture changes in the European theater.
Among the many things affected by COVID-19 is the electoral process. European leaders are struggling with scheduled local, regional, parliamentary, and presidential elections.
European states want to exert more unity and strength on the world stage, but they lack the vision and consensus to do so.
The new president of the European Commission can help guide European policy in the right direction.