domenica, Gennaio 23, 2022

MONDI IN PROGRESS 09-04-2021

Climate Change/Ecological Transition

What carbon neutrality means for the future of coal in China (East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

The Mother of News Stories (Project-Syndicate) – The Global Eye

Defense/Military/Intelligence/Cybersecurity

CAES signs exclusive agreement for 3D-printed radio frequency parts (Defense News) – The Global Eye

First flight test for US Air Force’s hypersonic booster didn’t go as planned (Defense News) – The Global Eye

Elbit America buys sonobuoy maker Sparton from Cerberus (Defense News) – The Global Eye

French Senate confirms new industry pact for FCAS fighter jet program (Defense News) – The Global Eye

Defense Intelligence Agency continues progress on MARS database (Defense News) – The Global Eye

Experts found critical flaws in Rockwell FactoryTalk AssetCentre (Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

Experts discovered a privilege escalation issue in popular Umbraco CMS (Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

This service allows checking if your mobile is included in the Facebook leak (Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

Chinese Cycldek APT targets Vietnamese Military and Government in sophisticated attacks (Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

SAP systems are targeted within 72 hours after updates are released (Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

European Commission and other institutions were hit by a major cyber-attack (Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

Gigaset Android smartphones infected with malware after supply chain attack (Security Affairs) – The Global Eye

Fourth Industrial Revolution/Digital Transition

AI Hubs. Europe and CANZUK (CSET) – The Global Eye

Optical links to connect air passengers securely (ESA) – The Global Eye

Shaping the Future of the Data Economy (WEF) – The Global Eye

Behind the Decentralized Finance Hype (WEF) – The Global Eye

Transforming Agriculture (WEF) – The Global Eye

Closing the Digital Divide (WEF) – The Global Eye

Transformation in Action: Technology Leadership (WEF) – The Global Eye

Governing Goods on the Move (WEF) – The Global Eye

Making Data Work for All (WEF) – The Global Eye

Enabling the Future of Mobility (WEF) – The Global Eye

Taxing Digital Value (WEF) – The Global Eye

Technology Governance Outlook (WEF) – The Global Eye

Saving Lives with Emerging Technology (WEF) – The Global Eye

Getting to Net Zero (WEF) – The Global Eye

Building Resilience to Future Shocks (WEF) – The Global Eye

Wearable Data Troves (WEF) – The Global Eye

Building Trust into Technology (WEF) – The Global Eye

Transformation in Action: Responsible Innovation (WEF) – The Global Eye

Digital Payments: Realizing the Vision (WEF) – The Global Eye

An Insight, An Idea with Marc Benioff (WEF) – The Global Eye

The Next Frontier: Healthy Ageing (WEF) – The Global Eye

An Insight, an Idea with Susan Wojcicki (WEF) – The Global Eye

Rebuilding the Trust to Travel (WEF) – The Global Eye

Scaling Up Digital Identity Systems (WEF) – The Global Eye

The Future of Digital Infrastructure (WEF) – The Global Eye

Countering Harmful Content (WEF) – The Global Eye

Driving Circular Growth with Data (WEF) – The Global Eye

The Next Frontier: Space Technologies (WEF) – The Global Eye

Economic Recovery with Smarter Cities (WEF) – The Global Eye

Leading Industry Transformation (WEF) – The Global Eye

Global

Making well-being a policy priority: Lessons from the 2021 World Happiness Report (Brookings) – The Global Eye

Space

The long-term sustainability of space (ESA) – The Global Eye

Introducing ESA Agenda 2025 (ESA) – The Global Eye

Satellites monitor Mount Etna’s unpredictable behaviour (ESA) – The Global Eye

Worlds

(Africa) Climate adaptation and the great reset for Africa (Brookings) – The Global Eye

(Africa) Figure of the week: Trends in mergers and acquisitions in Africa (Brookings) – The Global Eye

Caspian Region – Geopolitical Competition in Caspian Region About More Than Gas and Oil (The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

China – BBC vs CCTV’s Xinjiang: Which is the real Xinjiang? (ThinkChina) – The Global Eye

France/Libya – Beyond the war: The history of French-Libyan relations (Atlantic Council) – The Global Eye

Indonesia/Singapore – Resolving Indonesia and Singapore’s UNCLOS dispute (East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

Russia/Montenegro/NATO – Russian Influence in Montenegro Could Create a Threat for NATO’s Information Security (The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

Russia/Ukraine – Kremlin saber-rattling in Ukraine: How the West should react (Politico, Brookings) – The Global Eye

South Korea – Kang Kyung-wha’s legacy for South Korean women (East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

Syria/Russia/Turkey – Russia and Syrian Arab Army Targeting Turkish-Backed Opposition’s Energy Infrastructure (The Jamestown Foundation) – The Global Eye

USA – Neighborhood segregation persists for Black, Latino or Hispanic, and Asian Americans (Brookings) – The Global Eye

USA – With federal aid on the way, it’s time for state and local governments to boost pay for frontline essential workers (Brookings) – The Global Eye

USA – Anti-Asian hate crimes: Chinese Americans’ weak and disparate voice in US society (ThinkChina) – The Global Eye

USA – Why Would Anyone Want to be President? (Project-Syndicate) – The Global Eye

USA – Rebuilding Social Trust in Post-COVID America (Project-Syndicate) – The Global Eye

USA – Why expanded student supports can improve community college outcomes and boost skill attainment (Brookings) – The Global Eye

USA – Making America a better place for all: sustainable development recommendations for the Biden Administration (Brookings) – The Global Eye

USA/Asia – Realistic ambitions for US alliance system in Asia (East Asia Forum) – The Global Eye

USA/Taiwan – Will American soldiers lay down their lives for Taiwan? (ThinkChina) – The Global Eye

 

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