Is the US Losing the Artificial Intelligence Arms Race?
By James Johnson
As Chinese and Russian technologies become more sophisticated, they threaten U.S. domination of technological innovation and development.
Could Offensive Cyber Capabilities Tip India and Pakistan to War?
By Reda Baig
The escalation risks in South Asia stemming from offensive cyber capabilities must be carefully considered.
Sea Power: US Maritime Leadership in Asia
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Admiral James Stavridis.
China’s Vision of the Future Networked Battlefield
By James Johnson
Cyber, space and electronic warfare challenges to the US in the Western Pacific
The Pentagon's Law of War for Cyberspace
By Greg Austin
Beyond the targeting of civil nuclear power plants.
So, How Did Xi Jinping's State Visit to the United States Go?
By Ankit Panda
The Diplomat‘s editors discuss the outcomes of Chinese President Xi Jinping's state visit to the United States.
Tinker, Tailor, Hacker, Spy: Why Is China Hacking Norway?
By Benjamin David Baker
Chinese cyber spies have taken an interest in Norway. What gives?
Can Fiction Predict the Future of Warfare?
By Franz-Stefan Gady
Perhaps, but more importantly it tells us about how we want the future of war to look like.
Book Review: Ghost Fleet and the Future of Great Power War
By Gary Bearden
Peter W. Singer and August Cole shine in Ghost Fleet.
Peter W. Singer on Ghost Fleet, China, and Strategy
By Jack Detsch
Peter W. Singer is co-author of Ghost Fleet, a new novel imagining the next World War.
Chinese Military Declares the Internet an Ideological ‘Battleground’
By Shannon Tiezzi
Could the PLA's idea of an online "ideological struggle" lead to a cyber war?
S. Korea Seeks Cyber Weapons to Target North Korea’s Nukes
By Zachary Keck
South Korea’s said it is developing offensive cyber tools to target Pyongyang’s atomic and missile facilities.