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ai and autonomy in russia: Issue 45, September 7, 2022
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existing IT activity can only be used on its existing project.  Military and Security New Russian Maritime Doctrine emphasizes new technology development and acquisition On July 31, 2022, Russian President Vladimir Putin unveiled a new national maritime doctrine. The doctrine emphasizes Russia’s place as a major naval power and features many provisions that aim to support and underscore that status. The document designates the United States and NATO to be Russia’s competitors across the maritime domain. The doctrine calls for the formation, development, and implementation of priority
US India Security Burden Sharing
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Building a partnership with India is central to U.S. security interests in the Indian Ocean (IO). The United States seeks to work with India to promote stability in a region of rising commercial and strategic importance. U.S. policymakers view India as an “anchor” or “pillar” of stability in the Asia-Pacific. Given declining defense budgets, however, the United States will have fewer resources for its forces and partner capacity-building in this vast region. Envisioning India as a “provider of security in the broader Indian Ocean region,” the United States is naturally eager to pursue burden-sharing opportunities with India as a means to this end. India for its part understands that the United States expects it to assume a greater leadership role in the IO and appreciates the importance of its growing economic and naval capabilities. In 2010, then-Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao spoke about the growing view that “a robust Indian naval presence is seen as a necessary contribution to a cooperative regional security order” and discussed “the cooperative burden-sharing of naval forces to fight piracy off the coast of Somalia” as an example of India’s contributions to IO security.
US India Security Burden Sharing U.S.-India Security Burden-Sharing? The Potential for Coordinated Capacity-Building in the Indian Ocean Building a partnership with India is central to U.S. security ... . Envisioning India as a “provider of security in the broader Indian Ocean region,” the United States is naturally eager to pursue burden-sharing opportunities with India as a means to this end. India ... , then-Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao spoke about the growing view that “a robust Indian naval presence is seen as a necessary contribution to a cooperative regional security order” and discussed
china ai and autonomy report: Issue 1, November 2, 2021
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A biweekly newsletter on AI and autonomy developments in China
that the CH-6 “can conduct high-altitude reconnaissance and strike, maritime anti-submarine and patrol, long- range early warning and detection, and close air support” with a “variety of loads ... anti-tank missiles. NORINCO is a PRC state-owned defense conglomerate focusing on ground systems. 19 OTHER NEWS MILITARY AND NATIONAL SECURITY The US Naval Institute (USNI) reports ... , market order, and social order” and “pose challenges to safeguarding ideological security, social fairness and justice, and the legitimate rights and interests of netizens.” As part of the plan
pla update: Issue 3, April 4, 2022
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A monthly newsletter focused on the internal and external affairs of the PLA
on the expertise of CNA's China and Indo-Pacific Security Affairs Division to gather information and provide an update on important developments in the PLA as reported in the Chinese- and English-language ... security situation. The author, Zhang Tuosheng , is currently the director of research at the non-governmental Grandview Institution, the director of the Center for Foreign Policy Studies at the PLA-affiliated China Foundation for International and Strategic Studies, and a member of the Academic Committee at Tsinghua University's Center for International Security and Strategy. He is a former deputy
Forward from the Start
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Why was the Navy at the forefront of the far-forward attacks on alQaeda in Afghanistan and the move against Iraq, while willing to take a back seat to the Coast Guard at home? Why did the Navy respond to one of the worst failures in defense at home in the nation's history principally by striking farther forward than it ever had before? Current national policy and naval strategy provide much of the answer, of course. History, however, also provides some clues.
more watch standers into the National Maritime Intelligence Center, and told the Commandant that he’d help in any way he could. Naval base security was beefed up, and later thirteen small Navymanned ... for that much smaller service. Much of its force structure on the East Coast sped for New York, where the Coast Guard provided security for the evacuation of a million people from the lower Manhattan ... by dint of hard work by officers, sailors and civilians alike: Base security stayed heightened, new barriers appeared at gates and in the water; Navy master-at-arms forces expanded; and a couple
Renewal of Navys Riverine Capability A Preliminary Examination
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The Director of Deep Blue (OPNAV N3/5) asked the Center for Naval Analyses (CNA) to help the Navy define the maritime domain in which riverine operations may take place, the potential missions and tasks appropriate for a riverine force, and the resource implications related to the Navy’s decision to establish a riverine capability. This report examines riverine history; defines the maritime domain as it applies to brown-water operations, identifies where riverine operations might occur; and identifies operational and functional tasks that might be employed by a riverine force. It also examines how well the U.S. Navy’s projected riverine capability fits across a range of military operations. We found that the U.S. Navy has a long and varied but episodic history of riverine operations, which are inherently joint and often combined. Ground and air combat units along with different types of naval units routinely work together. While riverine craft are usually the centerpiece of any riverine operation, they do not perform significant riverine missions by themselves. Riverine operations are also complex: they involve frequent close combat and the employment of combined arms.
elements. In a conceptual sense, maritime domain is directly related to mari- time security and extends beyond our borders to sovereign nations. We surveyed 60 countries which fall into what is known ... (OPNAV N3/5) asked the Center for Naval Analyses (CNA) to help the Navy define the maritime domain in which riverine operations may take place, the potential missions and tasks appropriate for a riverine force, and the resource implications related to the Navy’s decision to establish a riverine capability. This report examines riverine history; defines the maritime domain as it applies to brown-water
china ai and autonomy report: Issue 5, December 16, 2021
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A biweekly newsletter on AI and autonomy developments in China
and best wishes for 2022! MILITARY AND NATIONAL SECURITY PRC publishes first position paper on regulating the military applications of AI.   The position paper was presented by Beijing arms ... ” and opposes “moves to undermine the sovereignty and territorial security of other countries by using advantages in AI technology.” The paper asserts that “relevant weapon systems must be under human ... applicable laws.” On international cooperation, the paper called for the international community “to oppose drawing ideological lines or overstretching the notion of national security, remove man-made
Political Military Trends in Italy Greece and Spain
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These studies of the current geo-political climates in Greece, Italy, and Spain provide an important backdrop to a number of questions relevant to the study of U.S. Navy-host nation cooperation on AT-FP policies. That cooperation takes place within a context shaped by the host nations' security concerns and national politics and the developing security issues of the region. In addition, the overall atmosphere of US-European and US-host nation relations shape the extent to which the U.S. Navy can work with the host nation to craft an effective AT-FP policy for Navy shore establishments. If we are to provide realistic and useful conclusions and recommendation for the Navy's way ahead on this issue, then they must be grounded on a realistic and useful reading of the current state of political and military cooperation, as well as an accurate assessment of differing security interests and areas of possible friction in the future.
regions to the south and east of Europe. They also have concerns about the security of maritime traffic (crime, proliferation, immigration, drugs) in the Mediterranean. While threats from traditional ... security concerns and national politics and the developing security issues of the region. In addition, the overall atmosphere of US-European and US-host nation relations shape the extent to which the U.S. ... on this issue, then they must be grounded on a realistic and useful reading of the current state of political and military cooperation, as well as an accurate assessment of differing security interests
ai and autonomy in russia: Issue 41, June 27, 2022
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of two sections: ethical AI implementation and development, and personal and information security within AI technology and innovation.  In addition to the new Code of Ethics, there is a new ... of human will and ensur[ing] the lack of discrimination and compliance of the implemented decisions with the legislation.”  Military and Security Russia’s advanced deck-based drone to make maiden ... to be delivered to the MOD in 2024. TASS could not independently verify this information, although these data may relate to the maritime version of the Sirius long-range combat drone manufactured by the Kronstadt
Beyond Belt and Road
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Over the past decade, China’s presence in the Middle East and Indian Ocean has expanded significantly across a wide range of domains, including military, diplomatic, economic, and even informational.
significantly across a wide range of domains, including military, diplomatic, economic, and even informational. The Middle East and Western Indian Ocean This study examines China’s activities in maritime ... security analysts, including analysts affiliated with the People’s Liberation Army (PLA), have long acknowledged the region’s importance as a vital nexus point connecting North America and Europe to Asia. Access to important maritime chokepoints: China relies heavily on access to seaborne energy imports and maritime trade, the majority of which transit maritime chokepoints located in the Middle East