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ai with ai: From A to Z
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Two special guests join Andy and Dave for a discussion about research in AI and autonomy. First, Dr. Andrea Gilli is a researcher at the NATO Defense College in Rome, where he works on defense innovation, military transformation, and armed forces modernization. And second, Ms. Zoe Stanley-Lockman is a fellow at the Maritime Security Programme of the Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies at the Rajartnam School of International Studies in Singapore, where she is researching, among other things, the roles of ethics in AI.
on defense innovation, military transformation, and armed forces modernization. And second, Ms. Zoe Stanley-Lockman is a fellow at the Maritime Security Programme of the Institute of Defence and Strategic ... Security, Security Studies, The RUSI Journal, and Washington Post’s Monkey Cage.” Zoe Stanley Lockman “Zoe Stanley-Lockman is an Associate Research Fellow in the Maritime Security Programme ... prize for the best dissertation on European defense, security and strategy. Andrea has provided consulting services to both private and public organizations, including the EU Military Committee
China Becoming a Maritime Power
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In November 2012, then president Hu Jintao declared that China’s objective was to become a strong or great maritime power. This report, based on papers written by China experts for this CNA project, explores that decision and the implications it has for the United States. It analyzes Chinese thinking on what a maritime power is, why Beijing wants to become a maritime power, what shortfalls it believes it must address in order to become a maritime power, and when it believes it will become a maritime power (as it defines the term). The report then explores the component pieces of China’s maritime power—its navy, coast guard, maritime militia, merchant marine, and shipbuilding and fishing industries. It also addresses some policy options available to the U.S. government to prepare for—and, if deemed necessary, mitigate—the impact that China’s becoming a maritime power would have for U.S. interests.
of careful Chinese consideration of, and appreciation for, the importance of the maritime domain to China’s continued development, to China’s security, and to China’s vision of its place in the world ... and PLA that becoming a “maritime power” is a necessity for China. Anxiety regarding the security of China’s sea lanes China’s leaders worry about the security of its seaborne trade. The prominence ... ) security is a major preoccupation for the PLA. When will China become a maritime power? Remarks made by senior leaders since 2012 make it clear that the long-term goal is for China to be a leader
cna talks: Chinese Arctic Investment, Part II
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In this two-part CNA Talks episode, CNA SVP   Mark Rosen   and Cara Thuringer discuss the 2017 report “ Unconstrained Foreign Direct Investment: An Emerging Challenge to Arctic Security ,” their winning maritime security piece at the 2018 CIMSEC Forum for Authors and Readers. The study draws on a wide range of sources to compile a list of 21 Arctic investments of more than $1 billion by Chinese companies and banks, as well as many other smaller investments. Rosen and Thuringer examine the legal frameworks for foreign direct investment in the six Arctic nations to reach the conclusion that national laws alone are not sufficient to protect the sensitive region from harm to the marine environment that would spread well beyond national boundaries.
: An Emerging Challenge to Arctic Security ,” their winning maritime security piece at the 2018 CIMSEC Forum for Authors and Readers. The study draws on a wide range of sources to compile a list of 21 Arctic ... boundaries. Chinese Arctic Investment, Part II Biographies Mark Rosen   is CNA’s Senior Vice President and General Counsel and an expert in maritime law and policy, maritime arms control, the Arctic and regulation of the global commons, international law and treaties, the law of armed conflict and homeland security. Rosen is a retired Navy captain who served with the Navy Judge Advocate General's
cna talks: Chinese Arctic Investment, Part I
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In this two-part CNA Talks episode, CNA SVP   Mark Rosen   and Cara Thuringer discuss the 2017 report “ Unconstrained Foreign Direct Investment: An Emerging Challenge to Arctic Security ,” their winning maritime security piece at the 2018 CIMSEC Forum for Authors and Readers. The study draws on a wide range of sources to compile a list of 21 Arctic investments of more than $1 billion by Chinese companies and banks, as well as many other smaller investments. Rosen and Thuringer examine the legal frameworks for foreign direct investment in the six Arctic nations to reach the conclusion that national laws alone are not sufficient to protect the sensitive region from harm to the marine environment that would spread well beyond national boundaries.
: An Emerging Challenge to Arctic Security ,” their winning maritime security piece at the 2018 CIMSEC Forum for Authors and Readers. The study draws on a wide range of sources to compile a list of 21 Arctic ... boundaries. Chinese Arctic Investment, Part I Biographies Mark Rosen   is CNA’s Senior Vice President and General Counsel and an expert in maritime law and policy, maritime arms control, the Arctic and regulation of the global commons, international law and treaties, the law of armed conflict and homeland security. Rosen is a retired Navy captain who served with the Navy Judge Advocate General's
Military Dimensions of US China Security Cooperation
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This paper was first presented at the Fifth Annual Conference of the China Maritime Studies Institute at the U.S. Naval War College on 4 – 5 May 2010. It is offered as a CNA paper in advance of the publication of the conference proceedings with the permission of the conference sponsors.
 century, the hypothetical prospects for security cooperation between the U.S. and Chinese defense-military establishments are once again on the rise, especially in the maritime domain and in the realm ... Military Dimensions of US China Security Cooperation The Military Dimensions of U.S. – China Security Cooperation: Retrospective and Future Prospects This paper was first presented at the Fifth Annual Conference of the China Maritime Studies Institute at the U.S. Naval War College on 4 – 5 May 2010. It is offered as a CNA paper in advance of the publication of the conference proceedings
pla update: Issue 1, February 4, 2022
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A monthly newsletter focused on the internal and external affairs of the PLA
. This iteration of JOINT SEA, the   10th   since 2012, was organized around the   theme   of “safeguarding maritime strategic passage security.”   The exercise involved drills focused on   topics ... of the PLA’s Northern Theater Command Navy—said that JOINT SEA 2021 demonstrated that the two navies’ ability to respond together to maritime security threats had reached an “unprecedented height ... on the material and expertise of CNA’s China and Indo-Pacific Security Affairs Division to provide an update on important developments in the PLA as reported in the Chinese-language media. Senior
ai and autonomy in russia: Issue 39, May 30, 2022
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, and business people. The list of goods and technologies prohibited for export has more than 300 entries, including semiconductors, equipment for maritime and aviation security, telecommunications ... of AI tech and for the code to serve as instrument of “soft” regulation. Thus far, more than 50 organizations in Russia have signed it and have begun to implement its provisions. MILITARY AND SECURITY ... RATNIK COMBAT SYSTEM TURNS 10 YEARS OLD Russia’s Nezavisimoe Voennoe Obozrenie (NVO-Independent Military Review), one of Russia’s key online publications about military and security developments
ai and autonomy in russia: Issue 40, June 15, 2022
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, the Ministry of Digital Transformation held a meeting to discuss different ideas to enhance personal data privacy and security and to heighten the standards of responsibility for companies ... . Military and Security Military AI for monitoring the Black Sea The Russian MOD’s Scientific Research Institute for Long-Distance Radio Communications (NIIDAR, part of the RTI Systems Group ... . Anoshko stated that the system will monitor the maritime environment in real time, receiving data from multiple open and classified sources, with automated processing and analysis of a designated area
Improving US India Cooperation in Indian Ocean
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The CNA Corporation conducted this study to determine how the United States can best deepen coordination with India on humanitar- ian assistance and disaster relief (HA/DR) in the Indian Ocean. This study builds on the findings of a 2012 CNA Corporation study, U.S.- India Security Burden-Sharing?, which identified HA/DR as a functional area in which the United States could advance naval relations with India. This is due to the frequency with which natural disasters strike the region, especially the Bay of Bengal, and, for India, the relative domestic political palatability of working with the United States in the aftermath of natural disasters. The United States is increasingly looking to India to contribute to se- curity in the Indian Ocean. Deepening U.S.-Indian economic con- nections, shared democratic identities, declining U.S. defense budgets, and the rise of China have drawn the United States closer to India as a security partner in the region.
drawn the United States closer to India as a security partner in the region. In 2012, the CNA Corporation examined the potential for the United States and India to coordinate on providing security assistance and capacity-building in the South Asian littoral countries of the Indian Ocean as a form of security burden-sharing. Of all the functional areas of maritime security analyzed, we concluded ... coordination with India on humanitar- ian assistance and disaster relief (HA/DR) in the Indian Ocean. This study builds on the findings of a 2012 CNA Corporation study, U.S.- India Security
china ai and autonomy report: Issue 16, June 2, 2022
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A biweekly newsletter on AI and autonomy developments in China
, the use of naval deterrence, controlling sea lines of communications, and maritime security governance. Research and Development Images of the Zhu Hai Yun . Sources: Long Yuemei, "The World's First ... to break the dominance of the traditional powers by shaping the international maritime environment. In this regard, only by seeking ways to establish naval superiority can an emerging power win future ... of the ocean. Naval warfare now involves operations not only in the maritime domain but also in the outer space, air, subsurface, deep sea, electromagnetic, and cognitive domains. Trend 5: Naval