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Erdogan Wins, U.S.’s “Difficult Ally”
CSIS’s Bulent Aliriza joins the podcast to discuss what Turkish President Erdogan’s win means for the United States who has called Turkey a “difficult ally.”
Putin’s Missile War
CSIS’s Ian Williams joins the podcast to discuss Russia’s use of advanced, and not-so-advanced missiles in its war against Ukraine and how deterrence of the Russian Air Force by Ukrainian air defenses has shaped the course of the war.
AI and the G7
CSIS’s Gregory C. Allen joins the podcast to discuss why the Group of Seven Nations (G7) are headed into new territory discussing AI, how they should attempt to regulate it, and creating a framework for addressing the challenges going forward.
Allen is the director of CSIS’ Wadhwani Center for AI and Technology. Allen is also director of the CSIS AI Council co-chaired by Accenture CEO Julie Sweet and Microsoft President Brad Smith. In April, the Council released its report, “Advancing Cooperative AI Governance at the 2023 G7 Summit” https://www.csis.org/analysis/advancing-cooperative-ai-governance-2023-g7-summit
China, Ukraine, and AI at the G7 Summit
CSIS’s Stephanie Segal joins the podcast to preview the upcoming G7 Summit where leaders will focus on China and Ukraine as well as the new threats posed by generative artificial intelligence.
China’s New Strategy for Waging the Microchip Tech War
CSIS’s Gregory C. Allen joins the podcast to discuss his new report on “China’s New Strategy for Waging the Microchip Tech War,” and what it means for the United States and the world.