The Russian Challenge
Author: Keir Giles, Philip Hanson, James Nixey, James Sherr, Andrew Wood
This is a transcript of a panel discussion on the findings of the Chatham House report "The Russian Challenge", which examines the foreign and domestic policies Russia is pursuing under President Vladimir Putin as well as their implications for the W...
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Autonomous Warfare – A Revolution in Military Affairs
Author: Maxim Worcester
Institut für Strategie- Politik- Sicherheits- und Wirtschaftsberatung (ISPSW)
This paper considers how the growing prominence of autonomous weapons technologies will impact the future of armed conflict.
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Using Big Data to Understand Global Conflict
Author: Kalev Hannes Leetaru
In this transcribed Chatham House speech, Kalev Leetaru discusses the Global Data on Events Location and Tone (GDELT) project he founded, which monitors the world's broadcast, print, and web news to identify the themes, locations, and people that are...
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Strengthening the African Peer Review Mechanism: Insights from National Governing Councils
Author: Jacob Kurtzer
South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA)
This paper discusses the National Governing Councils (NGCs), which act as the key national implementation instrument of the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM), a voluntary self-assessment tool instituted by African states to promote effective gover...
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Using (the Right) Media to Reach the Audience: Best Practices of Media Use in Public Risk Communication
Author: Florian Roth, Jennifer Giroux, Michel Herzog
Center for Security Studies (CSS)
This analysis examines the types of media and communication formats used by countries to increase public risk awareness.
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Extremism on the Internet: The Fight Against Online Radicalisation Starts Offline
Author: Tobias Gemmerli
Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS)
This brief discusses how governments are relying on counter-narratives to combat online extremism and prevent the further radicalization of young people.
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