U.S., South Korean and Japanese envoys strongly condemned North Korea provocations during a dialogue among the six-party talks member states in Beijing, where North Korea suggested the talks are no longer meaningful.
The future of emergency communications is, without a doubt, both digital and mobile. In a recent report on the topic, Michael Kleeman, a senior fellow at the UC Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation, pointed out that in the event of an earthquake, post-disaster warnings could be sent out over cellphone networks, and “find me” apps could be used to locate missing people and identify shelters.
It may be little comfort to have the realization terrorism has its rather quotidian logic. Yet, if you really think about it, it is much less comforting to have the realization that if terrorism is automatically declared out of the bounds of rationality, then responses to it will likely be equally irrational.
IGCC Research Director Eli Berman is quoted.