Daniel Wagner

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AI-driven globalization creating massive disruptions in economies worldwide

The two countries that appear to be the best positioned to leap forward in the coming decade are China and...

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Space: The final frontier for cyberwarfare

Any satellite that can change orbit can be considered a space weapon, but military commanders, policymakers do not fully understand...

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As Trump reorders the world order

It has become clear over the first 18 months of the Trump presidency that what we are witnessing is nothing...

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Weaponised: Why space warfare is inevitable

There is increasing chatter among the world’s major military powers about how space is fast becoming the next battleground. China,...

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Peace on Korean peninsula: When common sense trumps political punditry

My prediction: Korean War will be formally ended, the peninsula will be denuclearised, and a lasting peace will be the...

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Social media and Zombie Voter Syndrome

Today’s voters appear to think less critically, demand less of the media, and are more easily manipulated.   Since the...

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Management ‘gurus’ and global risk agility

Management “gurus” have been beating some familiar drums over the past several decades, encompassing some recurring themes, such as the...

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Time to embrace a genuine middle ground in North Korea

There is a lot of posturing occurring in advance of the highly anticipated meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong...

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Trump’s tariffs and some truths about ‘free’ trade

The supposition that free trade is always a net positive or that the imposition of tariffs is always a net...

China has a distorted vision of the world

The emergence of any new global power often profoundly shifts the political and economic landscape and causes considerable discomfort among...

The risks are rising for cities in Anthropocene era

In the Anthropocene era we are living in, man-made and natural risks are intersecting and clashing like never before, with...

America’s influence deficit is burgeoning

If influence is the power to produce an effect without the exertion of force, then US is more influential today...

America’s loss can be India’s gain

Until recently, it had long been presumed that America will continue to devote considerable financial and military resources toward conflict...

Reputation risk in cyber attacks is a myth

According to the reputation risk gurus, corporate reputation matters. It is taken for granted that consumers care that companies take...

In this era of virtual terrorism, EU’s tough law could help prevent a fallout

There are good reasons why so few meaningful laws exist to govern the Internet. If there were an easy way...

In the era of virtual terrorism, all cyber-enabled nations are equal

Governments spy on one another, and on their people that is what governments do. They always have and they always...

Saudi Arabia’s NEOM: A bold vision or a pipe dream?

While in power, King Abdullah recognised that to succeed in the future, the Saudi Arabian government needed to adopt policies...

Time to give Kim what he wants

It is the pinnacle of hubris for the world to continue to treat North Korea as if it were an...