Special Report: How military technology reaches Russia in breach of U.S. export controls

Special Report: How military technology reaches Russia in breach of U.S. export controls

April 29 (Reuters) – By his own account, Ilias Sabirov, a Moscow businessman, had supplied Russia’s military with high-performance computer chips made in the United States for years. Then, in 2014, Russia seized the Ukrainian peninsula of Crimea, and the U.S. government began imposing a series of new sanctions and export controls on Russia, including…

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Microsoft Surface Laptop SE review

Microsoft Surface Laptop SE review

Whether the student in your life is back in the classroom or still learning remotely, having a good laptop for schoolwork is as important as ever. The $249 Surface Laptop SE is the latest attempt at delivering just that, distilling Microsoft’s flagship notebook into a more compact, affordable and streamlined package that’s designed for K-8…

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How Female Business Leaders And Entrepreneurs Can Compete In The Digital Marketing World

How Female Business Leaders And Entrepreneurs Can Compete In The Digital Marketing World

By Tonika Bruce, CEO of Lead Nicely, who helps startups, nonprofits and leaders win with unique and innovative marketing and business strategies. getty Historically, traditional women’s roles were limited to the kitchen and raising children, while men worked and provided for the family. However, this position has shifted as women now hold significant offices—for example,…

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How Emerging Technology Is Breaking Arms Control

How Emerging Technology Is Breaking Arms Control

Editor’s Note: New technologies are emerging at a dizzying pace, and arms control agreements cannot seem to keep up. My Brookings colleague Amy Nelson examines how the increased speed of technological change is creating holes in existing arms control agreements and how policymakers might better respond as the speed of change continues to grow. Daniel Byman ***…

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