- Daily Brief
- August 10, 2022
WHAT’S HAPPENING? Taiwan has been pertinent to global high-tech supply chains for years, thanks to its primacy in semiconductor production.
The Australian bushfires have brought the threat of climate change into sharp political relief.
After years in the Ecuadorian embassy, the founder of Wikileaks now faces an uncertain future.
Despite US pressure, the Chinese telecom’s 2018 revenue surpassed $100 billion for the first time.
For some states, the threat of cyber espionage may be worth the risk to improve social control.
If President Trump terminates the Iranian nuclear deal, the Middle East may face a nuclear arms race.
Despite confessing its offensive capabilities, Australia’s cyber strategy may struggle to win favour.
China and Russia champion ‘cyber sovereignty’ but the idea may collapse under its economic weight.
NATO should beware Russian cyber-attacks on the digitally dependent Baltics.
NATO’s unpreparedness for cyberwar with Russia leaves its Eastern European members exposed.
From satellites to electricity grids, intense solar storms pose a substantial threat to modern society
ISIS has created a potent online recruiting tool; anti-ISIS policy must be just as innovative.