THE AI RACE
Artificial intelligence will shape politics, the economy, and society. It will also disrupt international affairs.
interview with katrin suder
A debate over how AI will impact security policy―and all our lives―is long overdue, says the former state secretary of defense.
Angela Merkel wants Germany to catch up with the United States and China on AI. But so far, her initiatives have faltered.
The EU can become a global AI leader. But France and Germany need to better support startups and medium-sized businesses.
China is spending massively to become a “technical-economic great power.“ And it’s preparing for the warfare of the future.
By Barbara Tóth
Who is Austria’s young chancellor, and what does he want?
The Bavarian CSU is on the war path against Angela Merkel, and the chancellor’s power is draining. Will she get help?
nikolaus von twickel
The war in eastern Ukraine shows no signs of ending. Practically none of the Minsk agreement has been implemented.
Aging and overburdened reactors, insufficient funding: Ukrainian nuclear power plants pose a threat to all of Europe.
words don’t come easy
Viktor Orbán uses Hungary’s favorite fruit brandy as a political tool.
Transatlantic relations are going through a rough patch. But NATO is strong enough to withstand discord.
The EU-India relationship has momentum once again. Can the two partners capitalize?
China’s rise correlates with its energy consumption.
red herring & black swan
Why the Asia Infrastructure and Investment Bank is part of today’s transatlantic trade rupture.
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