Latiff’s Future Peace, a sequel to Future War, specifically brings to attention a subtle, yet potentially destructive effect of technologies such as autonomous systems, advanced weapons, and AI: the provocation to violence.
How did sanctions come to become such a powerful tool? Why do sanctions sometimes not result in the consequences intended by policymakers? Does the legitimacy of sanctions hold?
In The Economic Weapon, Nicholas Mulder provides an illuminating perspective on sanctions by taking the reader back to their origin: the economic blockades used during 20th-century wartime.
n 1798, Thomas Robert Malthus said that the world population increases in geometric progression while the food production in arithmetic progression, and predicted that hunger, disease, death, and wars might occur due to insufficient food.
The controversial decision by the OPEC Plus group to slash oil production by two million barrels per day amid the painful global energy crisis and theUnitedStates' attempts to dissuade it have sparked heated reactions and repercussions for Saudi Arabia and theUnitedStates.
n September 21, 2022, Francesca Albanese, the UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Palestinian territories since 1967, submitted her first report on Palestine to the UN Human Rights Council.