Dec 4, 2023

Community watch: China’s vision for the future of the internet

By Dakota Cary

In 2015, Beijing released Jointly Building a Community with a Shared Future in Cyberspace, a white paper outlining the CCP’s vision for the future of the internet. In the eight years since then, this vision has picked up steam outside of China, largely as the result of Beijing’s efforts to export these ideas to authoritarian countries.

China Cybersecurity
Members of Ukraine's National Guard Omega Special Purpose fire a SPG-9 anti-tank grenade launcher toward Russian troops in the front line town of Avdiivka, amid Russia's attack on Ukraine, in Donetsk region, Ukraine November 8, 2023. Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty/Serhii Nuzhnenko via REUTERS

New Atlanticist

Nov 16, 2023

Russian War Report: Desperate for recruits, Russia offers one million rubles to join its military

By Digital Forensic Research Lab

The Russian army is struggling to fund equipment and recruit as they host fundraisers and drives offering pledges of one million rubles.

Conflict Digital Policy

New Atlanticist

Nov 3, 2023

Dispatch from Bletchley Park: Where does transatlantic AI cooperation stand?

By Mark Boris Andrijanič, Nicole Lawler

Politicians and business leaders just met outside of London for a summit on how to regulate artificial intelligence. Here’s how to take the collaboration to the next level.

Artificial Intelligence Internet

New Atlanticist

Oct 30, 2023

Experts react: What does Biden’s new executive order mean for the future of AI?

By Atlantic Council experts

US President Joe Biden has issued an executive order intended to make artificial intelligence safer, more secure, and more trustworthy. Atlantic Council experts share their insights.

Artificial Intelligence Internet

New Atlanticist

Oct 18, 2023

The US-EU Summit: Time to focus on geopolitics

By Frances G. Burwell and Georg Riekeles

Faced with an increasingly hostile and divided world, US and EU officials must make the most of the upcoming summit in Washington DC.

Cybersecurity Digital Policy

In the News

Oct 6, 2023

Gilbert quoted in RFA on North Korea-related social media fakes

On October 5, Lauren Gilbert was quoted in Radio Free Asia on the proliferation of fake social media content surrounding North Korea on the Internet. Gilbert explained that the mystery of day-to-day life in North Korea is a magnet for Internet creators who seek to draw views by taking advantage of popular curiosity about life […]

Indo-Pacific Internet
SENSITIVE MATERIAL. THIS IMAGE MAY OFFEND OR DISTURB Bodies of killed people are seen at a site of a Russian military strike, amid Russia's attack on Ukraine, in the village of Hroza, in Kharkiv region, Ukraine October 5, 2023. REUTERS/Vyacheslav Madiyevskyy

New Atlanticist

Oct 5, 2023

Russian War Report: Civilian cafe attacked and a fake Ukrainian news site is exposed

By Digital Forensic Research Lab

A suspicious website impersonating a Ukrainian news agency accused Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and Ukrainian leadership of corruption and misusing aid provided by the United States.

Conflict Digital Policy

New Atlanticist

Aug 28, 2023

India’s embrace of ‘right to repair’ can transform the electronics sector

By Trisha Ray

Developing nations such as India are experiencing the exponential growth of e-waste from both imported and domestic sources. R2R can be part of the solution.

Digital Policy Economy & Business


Aug 27, 2023

Ukraine upgrades digital education efforts

By Valeriya Ionan

The full-scale Russian invasion has thrust Ukraine’s vibrant tech sector into the limelight and led to an upgrade of the country's flagship digital education and training initiative, writes Valeriya Ionan.

Conflict Digital Policy

The 5x5

Aug 21, 2023

The 5×5—Cloud risks and critical infrastructure

By Simon Handler

Experts share their perspectives on the challenges facing cloud infrastructure and how policy can encourage better security and risk governance across this critical sector.

Cybersecurity Infrastructure Protection