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Support for Cooperation among Governments to Address Cyber Threats to Nuclear Weapons Systems

Statement by the Euro-Atlantic Security Leadership Group (EASLG) Statement by the Euro-Atlantic Security Leadership Group (EASLG) We have crossed over to a new nuclear era in which cyber capabilities transform the nuclear risks. A successful cyberattack on nuclear weapons or related systems—including nuclear planning systems, early warning systems, communication systems, and delivery systems, in addition to the nuclear weapons themselves — could have catastrophic consequences. Bilateral and multilateral...


Russia’s Huawei 5G Conundrum

... them because the technological standards have already been set to disadvantage them. Karsten Riise: Meng Wanzhou Case: The USA Is Dismantling Its Own Empire Thus, according to the document, the NTI was given the goal of making Russia “one of the ‘big ... ... for HCSEC’s operational independence from Huawei Headquarters is operating robustly and effectively. Ilona Stadnik: A New Cybersecurity Diplomacy: Are States Losing Ground in Norm-making? 5.3 Overall therefore, the Oversight Board has concluded that ...


New U.S. Cybersecurity Strategies

The Evolution of the Doctrinal Foundations of U.S. Cybersecurity Policy The United States was one of the first countries to treat cybersecurity as a matter of strategic importance. The terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, as well as the growing threat to the economy, which was becoming increasingly ...


The United States, Russia, and Europe in 2018

... military-to-military dialogues. The group also identified risk reduction in the Arctic as an area for discussion and progress. Finally, participants argued that the existing strategic stability talks between the United States and Russia should be broadened to include cybersecurity, “soft” security, and conventional security, as well as nuclear security. This approach could reinvigorate the talks and allow policymakers to consider some of the ideas that emerge from expert consultations. More frequent (every three ...


Leaders Have to Listen to Different Voices

... machine learning is unrealistic. There will be some biases. Can we understand these biases? I do not know. It would make me happy if they could be identified. However, there is also a good potential: you can get solutions, identify things faster. In cybersecurity field, one of my companies has built a capability of machine learning of behaviors inside computer networks. It can give you a confidence factor, whether your machine is infected or not, that’s a simple example. It will say 95%, which ...


Russia in the Emerging World Discussed at Stanford University

... sanctions on the country's economy. David Holloway, Professor of International History at Stanford University, talked in depth about the demographic aspects of Russia's development. Russian papers were presented by Maria Smekalova, RIAC Coordinator of Cybersecurity Program. Video


RIAC at the HSE Roundtable on Cybersecurity

... Economic Forum (WEF), Berkeley’s Center for Long-Term Cyber Security Futures hosted a roundtable "Cyber Security Futures 2025." Berkeley’s Center for Long-Term Cyber Security has developed a set of scenarios that portray a landscape of ‘cybersecurity futures’ designed to stress and stretch trade-offs in objectives and values that will appear in the near future. The scenarios are not exclusively focused on cybersecurity issues themselves, but rather look at the wider impact that game-changing ...


Mean Girls and Cybersecurity

... events and fora. RIAC and RUSI Report Defining Dialogue: How to Manage Russia–UK Security Relations. Nuclear Arms Control and Cybersecurity Finally, should Russia be more eloquent in discussing matters like deterrence, would it make the dialogue easier?... ... extremely difficult, if not entirely impossible? The story goes in vicious circles. The way out could be through setting mutual accusations aside and working on matters of mutual interests, especially since the start of such dialogue has already been given....


How to Reduce Nuclear Risks in Helsinki

Reaffirming that a nuclear war cannot be won and must never be fought, the United States and Russia could agree to specific steps at Helsinki to reduce nuclear risks Presidents Trump and Putin will finally meet next week in Helsinki for a bilateral summit. Throughout the Cold War, summits between US and Soviet leaders were overwhelmingly welcomed in both countries and the world as an opportunity to reduce tensions. After the Cold War, these meetings became routine. Today, the scheduling of the...


RIAC at Fort Ross Dialog

... opinion, the bilateral relations are now at the lowest point in history. Viktor Supyan, Deputy Director of the Institute of the USA and Canada Studies, made a speech about the economic aspects of the bilateral ties. Olga Oliker, Senior Adviser and Director ... ... capable of causing serious damage. Pavel Sharikov, RIAC expert, and Andreas Kuehn, East-West Institute, told about contacts in cybersecurity. Pavel Sharikov analyzed the phenomenon of network neutrality and differences in Russian and the U.S. approaches ...


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  1. In your opinion, what are the US long-term goals for Russia?
    U.S. wants to establish partnership relations with Russia on condition that it meets the U.S. requirements  
     33 (31%)
    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
     30 (28%)
    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
     24 (22%)
    U.S. wants to establish alliance relations with Russia under the US conditions to rival China  
     21 (19%)
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