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Within the next year, major telecom companies plan to roll out technology capable of connecting the world’s billions of devices with speeds 1,000 times faster than LTE. This technology, called 5G, would provide the necessary networks to power t...

In the Race to Build 5G Technology, the U.S. is Losing

Within the next year, major telecom companies plan to roll out technology capable of connecting the world’s billions of devices with speeds 1,000 times faster than LTE. This technology, called 5G, would provide the necessary networks to power t...

Although they may seem like novelties at first glance, “deepfakes” threaten to usher in a new era where our eyes and ears can no longer trust online content. These videos take the face of one person and realistically superimpose it onto the body ...

Preempting the Dangers of Deepfakes

Although they may seem like novelties at first glance, “deepfakes” threaten to usher in a new era where our eyes and ears can no longer trust online content. These videos take the face of one person and realistically superimpose it onto the body ...

The sun never sets on American interests. From Cuba to the Philippines, the US has military bases and businesses around the globe. It is easy to forget, however, the intricate network of alliances that go into of maintaining the Pax Americana –...

To Be Pacific: COFA 2.0 and the Power of US Denial

The sun never sets on American interests. From Cuba to the Philippines, the US has military bases and businesses around the globe. It is easy to forget, however, the intricate network of alliances that go into of maintaining the Pax Americana –...