22 mayo, 2018
por Felipe Sahagún
22 mayo, 2018
Publicado el 21 may. 2018
|The Future of the Air Force
With a 2018-19 budget deal that brings an uptick in funding and at least 18 months of long-requested fiscal stability, the U.S. Air Force is looking to reinvent itself for the battles of the future, while tuning up its existing equipment after 17 years of supporting ground wars. This eBook describes how the Air Force is taking aim at its future.
|The Race for AI
The return of great-power competition is spurring the quest to develop artificial intelligence for military purposes. This ebook reveals how AI is already shaping the battlefield and forecasts the practical, ethical, and philosophical conflicts ahead.
This book looks at the Pentagon’s cutting-edge cyber tools and capabilities for defending and attacking networks in the age of the zero day. It also explores how new tactics and hacks are changing defense for leaders and even soldiers in conflict zones.
|The Future of the Army
From nascent tactics addressing cyber operations to research into drones and even weapons that will alter their behaviors to match the mental and physical states of the troops who wield them, the future of the Army will reflect an ever-increasing reliance on and exploitation of data and information.
Embassy of the United States of America
Difusión selectiva de documentos electrónicos sobre Irán
22 de mayo de 2018
Remarks by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo
The Heritage Foundation
May 21, 2018
“We’ll continue to work with allies to counter the regime’s destabilizing activities in the region, block their financing of terror, and address Iran’s proliferation of missiles and other advanced weapons systems that threaten peace and stability. We will also ensure Iran has no path to a nuclear weapon – not now, not ever.”
By DipNote Bloggers
May 21, 2018
On May 21, 2018, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo delivered remarks at The Heritage Foundation titled “After the Deal: A New Iran Strategy.” He outlined the way forward following the President’s decision to withdraw from participation in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). In his first major foreign policy address as Secretary of State, Pompeo presented a roadmap to achieve a new security framework that counters the Iranian regime’s malign activities in the region, blocks their financing of terror, and addresses Iran’s proliferation of missiles and other advanced weapons systems that threaten peace and stability.
By Brian Hook, Director of Policy Planning
May 18, 2018
The US has laid out its 12 demands for a new Iran deal FT), including the withdrawal from Syria and Yemen, halting all uranium enrichment, curbing its ballistic missile programme, and releasing western prisoners. European diplomats see it as asking for the impossible (see this statement from Federica Mogherini).