This year, CIGI published more than 200 research and analysis pieces by fellows, contributing experts and invited guests exploring issues at the intersection of technology and international governance.
As 2022 draws to a close, here is a look back at 10 of CIGI’s most-read publications and opinions of the past 12 months — on topics ranging from digital dimensions of the war in Ukraine to disinformation at home and abroad, the “metaverse” and Web3, China and its ambitions in standard setting, innovative fintech developments in Africa, applications of artificial intelligence in warfare, and space ethics.
- Amid the Hype over Web3, Informed Skepticism Is Critical by Elizabeth M. Renieris
- The Digital Silk Road and China’s Influence on Standard Setting by Alex He
- Are Lethal Autonomous Weapons Inevitable? It Appears So by Kyle Hiebert
- Emerging Technologies, Game Changers and the Impact on National Security by Daniel Araya and Mai Mavinkurve
- How to Explain the Failure of Russia’s Information Operations in Ukraine? by Stephanie Carvin
- Social Media Warfare Is Being Invented in Ukraine by Dan Ciuriak
- If Humanity Is to Succeed in Space, Our Ethics Must Evolve by Daniel Munro
- The Future of Fintech Is Unfolding in Africa by Tapfuma Musewe and Kyle Hiebert
- Lessons from the Convoy: We Are Losing the War on Disinformation by Charlie Angus
- AI Is Rapidly Transforming Warfare: New Rules Are Urgently Needed by Daniel Araya