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TEG Working Group News Roundup June 16 – 23

TEG Working Group News Roundup June 16 – 23
Fri, 06/30/2023 – 15:21
In this week’s edition, NATO faces disagreements over Ukraine’s path to membership, European regulation could jeopardize US national security, President Biden and Senator Schumer tackle AI regulation, and lawmakers propose cybersecurity measures for nuclear weapons systems. Additionally, advances in lithography will shape the future of computing, an attack on Kaspersky calls the lack of information on Western cyberattacks into question, and Facebook’s automated content moderation systems are criticized.

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Fearing Russian escalation, some NATO allies favor hazier line on Ukraine | The Wall Street Journal

Ukraine and its allies are facing internal disagreements over how explicitly to outline Ukraine’s path to NATO membership. The differences are significant enough to potentially overshadow NATO’s annual meeting in Vilnius, Lithuania, where Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has been invited. Some fear that a specific membership pledge could escalate the war with Russia and limit room for a negotiated settlement. The Ukrainian offensive against Russian troops has proven slower and more challenging than expected, leading to questions about NATO’s military support. The debate revolves around the timing and criteria for Ukraine’s potential membership. The United States, as the most …read more

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