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Analysis of Future Warfare

At the strategic level, war will mostly be waged in cyberspace. Tactically, we will witness the widespread use of autonomous weapons systems This study presents the results of an analysis of future warfare. As the paper states, cyber warfare will be waged at a strategic level. The operative level will be characterized by the use of long-range precision weapons against economic infrastructure. The tactical level will be characterized by the ...


How do we build future leaders?

... leadership. For in the leadership lays the fundamental difference between whether it’s we expect something from the youth to be done, or whether we actually see the youth taking the action. None of us wants to foresee a depressive and apocalyptic future ahead. We are inspired by the great hopes that we have for the upcoming decades. We firmly believe that the generations that are to come and overtake the policy making processes will be better than the current political generation. Such hopes are ...


The Day the United Nations Ceased to Exist

... crimes against humanity and genocide. French President Emanuel Macron announced that Paris was ready to be an example of a great power with a “responsible attitude” towards its international commitments. Ivan Timofeev: Unwanted Ally? Russia and the Future of the Anti-Terrorist Coalition The Big Three – Russia, the US and China – resolutely rejected the ultimatum but this proposal quickly won the support of the vast majority of UN members. In response to the categorical rejection of any restrictions ...


Robots To Define Russian Geopolitics

On December 1, Abishur Prakash launched a groundbreaking new book called “Next Geopolitics: The Future of World Affairs (Technology).” It looks at how new technologies like robotics, embryo editing, and food cloning will transform world affairs. Russia is featured multiple times in the book for its advances in artificial intelligence and robotics....


War of the Future – How Do We See It?

... political leaders consider to be a victory. Two Models of Victory Back in the 1820s, the German military thinker Carl von Clausewitz distinguished two types of war – total war and limited war. Sergey Veselovsky: Wars of the Future They differ, according to Clausewitz, not in the number of dead and the scale of military actions, but in the model of victory [3] . The aim of total war is to destroy the adversary as a political subject. The aim of limited war is to coerce the ...


Conserve and Rule: Conservatism in the 22nd Century

... national concern in Germany, Denmark and the United Kingdom. In addition to the obvious negative impact on the education system and the inevitable cultural and civilizational tensions that will arise, the high rate of immigration prompts fears about the future of the welfare state as an idea. The high level of social guarantees in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and Scandinavian countries highlights the division between “us” and “them”. Europeans are genuinely concerned about ...


Military Aviation 100 Years from Now

... conflict. An analysis of the doctrinal provisions that establish the procedures for deploying U.S. and NATO armed forces allows us to draw some conclusions as to the possible scenarios that could lead to large-scale military action in the foreseeable future. In accordance with the Global Strike concept, the United States Strategic Command has developed CONPLAN 8022. This is an updated version of the Single Integrated Operational Plan that allows for conventional and nuclear strikes (including pre-emptive ...


Cyberpunk Coming True

Cyberpunk: Predictions and Reality In recent decades, individuals, society and the world as a whole have been changing at breakneck speed, necessitating scientific approaches to predicting future developments. However, science-based prediction is a relatively young discipline, while authors of fiction – and especially science fiction – have been attempting to model societal and technological changes for centuries. One particularly ...


Education in 100 Years: Challenges from the World Beyond

... teaching jobs. Education functions through a symbolic brand market, so without branding and active rebranding, the virtual education system can only represent a marginal addition to the real world. Time will be the scarcest resource for educators in the future. What are the key issues in the future? Challenges include navigating and accessing expanding resources, developing optimal strategies, mastering educational courses, and creating search engines for identifying solutions. Time will be the scarcest ...


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