Could Cyberwar Make the World Safer?

Hacking, like war, is the continuation of politics by other means, but without the inevitable sacrifice of lives. About Ukraine RussiaMore Posts

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Why Biden Seems Worse to China Than Trump

Accusations of hacking and other moves by the Biden administration have surprised and angered China’s leaders, who are pushing back with punitive actions and vitriol of their own. About Ukraine RussiaMore Posts

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Biden Warns Putin to Act Against Russian Ransomware Group

Mr. Biden’s phone call appeared to be a pointed ultimatum to stop the hackers, who have attacked computer networks in the United States with relative impunity. About Ukraine RussiaMore Posts

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Attempted Hack of R.N.C. and Russian Ransomware Attack Test Biden

The breach of a Republican National Committee contractor, also linked to Russia, and the global ransomware attack occurred weeks after a U.S.-Russian summit. About Ukraine RussiaMore Posts

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After Putin Meeting, a Biden Trait Shows Itself Again: Stubborn Optimism

The president’s insistence on an “optimistic face” could open him up to criticism. But his allies insist it’s an essential ingredient to making progress. About Ukraine RussiaMore Posts

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With Putin, Biden Tries to Forge a Bond of Self-Interest, Not Souls

Theirs seems likely to be a strained and frustrating association, one where the two leaders may maintain a veneer of civil discourse even as they joust on the international stage. About Ukraine RussiaMore Posts

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Shifting Focus, NATO Views China as a Global Security Challenge

NATO leaders expressed a new concern about China’s growing military might, signaling a fundamental shift in the attentions of an alliance devoted to protecting Europe and North America — not Asia. About Ukraine RussiaMore Posts

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