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  1. Jun 2022
    1. This question is explored by the Swiss Digital Initi-ative in this study to better understand what trust means from the customer’s perspective. As in the analogue world, trust in the digital space is a complex construct, influenced by context and various factors. It is not only about aspects such as security, but also about reliability and responsibility. And last but not least: trust cannot be mandated – also in the digital world. You have to earn it.

      ||Jovan|| nakon naseg razgovora, mislim da je ovo interesantno za istrzivanje cybersecurity i geopolitike

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  2. Apr 2022
  3. Jan 2022
    1. He said US President Joe Biden would be under fire at home if his administration moved away from confrontation with China before the 2022 midterm elections. And he also expected Beijing to show stronger resolve to resist US challenges to its legitimacy and authority in the run-up to the Communist Party national congress in autumn.

      China - USA relations

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  4. Dec 2021
    1. In 2022, EU will need to define what 'strategic autonomy' means.

      In economic field, it will be much easier. It means more reliance of domestic production as supply-chains become fragile or high dependence, on let say, micrhchips.

      In defense and security field, defining strategic autonomy will be much more difficult as Eastern European countries will oppose any lowering of influence of the USA and NATO on the expense of development of EU security as France will be arguing for.

      France will try to impose its importance and role, especially during the presidency during the first half of 2022.

      Ultimately, the key for EU's strategic autonomy will be solidity of EU's economy which has been always EU's strategic asset.

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    1. in 2022, China and USA will compete for dominance of their system. Who will win will be decided by:

      • success or failure of China approach of 'Zero COVID' or western approach 'to live with COVID).
      • dealing with huge power of tech companies: will it be resolved by government intervention (China) or market solutions (emergence of new companies as it is hopped in the USA).
      • China is facing bigger challenges with failure of Evergrande, a huge real-estabe developer. The Economist argue that that the rise of China's GDP will shrink to 5% getting closer to raise of the USA GDP.

      As they fight for dominance of their respective economic and policy models, they may cooperate on issues such as trade and technology, cyber-security, clean-technology, etc.

      However, it is not very likely that they will cooperate given the local pressure ahead of the US elections and internal instabilities in China.

      However, a good news is that military confrontation between China and USA is not likely to happen in 2022.

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  5. Oct 2021
    1. evolving global landscape

      This is on changing geo-political enviornment (first pillar of our methodology)

    2. America’s diplomacy must adapt to meet the speed of these everchanging geopolitical trends.

      Use of diplomacy - not necessary military to answer these challengs

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  6. Sep 2021
    1. Covid-19 added fuel to the fire of existing geopolitical tensions. A ring of crises and conflicts spans the globe
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    1. The geopolitics of technology continues to pose an ever-greater challenge to the established norms.
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    1. Such a scenario would severely constrain those states who want to trade globally and secure tech-related supplies. Eager to avoid taking sides, they could be forced to form a “Technological Non-Alignment Movement”to mitigate risks at the intersection of technologies and geopolitics
    2. In the meantime, economic recovery is subject to many other “known unknowns”, including technology tensions.
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