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Elisabeth Eaves

Elisabeth Eaves

Contributing Editor, Columnists

Articles by Elisabeth Eaves

12 June 2018
AmericasAsia

What Trump gave away

Elisabeth Eaves

It’s nice to not suffer a nuclear war, but otherwise the Trump-Kim summit was a bust for the United States.

29 May 2018
Asia

Who is Kim Jong-un?

Elisabeth Eaves

A short history of North Korea's leader.

8 May 2018
AmericasMiddle East

A predictable but dangerous Iran announcement

Elisabeth Eaves

Trump withdraws from the Iranian nuclear deal, risking more instability and nuclear proliferation.

4 May 2018
Americas

Can cybercrime victims hack back?

Elisabeth Eaves

Some US legislators want to change the law so that if a company is cyber-attacked, it can go after the perpetrators.

2 May 2018
AmericasEurope/Russia

The new bio-weapon risks

Elisabeth Eaves

Rapid developments in biotechnology require a cautious response.

30 April 2018
Americas

Tech workers revolt

Elisabeth Eaves

Employees of Google, Microsoft, Amazon, and other tech companies are getting vocal about not wanting their work weaponized.

9 March 2018
AmericasAsia

Meet me in Pyongyang: an interview with Siegfried Hecker

Elisabeth Eaves

Trump and Kim Jong-un have agreed to meet. A top US expert on North Korean nuclear weapons talks about how this came about and what it means.

4 March 2018
Interview

Several years ago, Kevin Esvelt pioneered the concept of using Crispr and gene drive technology to alter whole species. Today, he is researching ways to limit the spread of introduced gene drives and advocating for transparent and responsive science.

13 February 2018
Americas

What is Bill Gates doing about climate change?

Elisabeth Eaves

The world’s wealthiest optimists give their annual update on fixing the world.

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