Author: Dawn Stover

Learning from South Korea: How artificial intelligence can transform US export controls

Modern export-control systems are streaked with a brush of irony: The very civilian agencies that determine governmental approaches to exporting emerging technologies do not leverage these same technologies to perform key tasks. Rightfully, experts raise alarm at states and non-state actors that weaponize artificial intelligence (AI), yet they pay relatively little attention to how the … Continued

US Secretary of State John Kerry met with Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari on the sidelines of the 2016 Nuclear Security Summit in Washington, DC, on March 31, 2016.

The controversial legacy of the Nuclear Security Summit

Although it has been only two years since the conclusion of the fourth and final Nuclear Security Summit, it feels as though nuclear politics have been on fast-forward. China, Russia, and the United States are modernizing their nuclear arsenals; North Korea has openly tested intercontinental ballistic missiles; and the pressure for disarmament has found a … Continued