A skinny on the 2024 Paris Olympic Games Threats

The France 2024 Olympic Games, set to be held in Paris from July 26 to August 11, promise to be a significant global event, attracting millions of spectators, thousands of athletes and media from around the world. As with any high-profile international event, there are numerous security concerns that must be addressed to ensure the safety and success of the Games. These concerns range from potential protests and strikes to terrorism threats and for the first-time risks from Russian sabotage and cyber operations. A major factor in the Paris Olympic Games will be the broader implications of ongoing conflicts such as those in Gaza and Ukraine.

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A skinny on Hait's security

Haiti, a Caribbean nation with a rich cultural heritage, has been plagued by persistent security challenges for decades. The period from the catastrophic earthquake in 2010 to the shocking assassination of President Jovenel Moïse in 2021 summarizes a tumultuous era in Haiti's history, marked by political instability, natural disasters, and socio-economic struggles. This report aims to provide an overview of Haiti's deteriorating security landscape during this time frame.

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The Skinny on Civil Unrest in the AI era

Civil unrest is a complex issue with many causes. Political and financial factors are two of the main drivers of civil unrest, and addressing these issues is critical to preventing and resolving conflicts. Governments must work to promote transparency and accountability, protect human rights, and ensure equal distribution of resources to avoid civil unrest. Additionally, addressing economic inequality, unemployment, and poverty is crucial to preventing economic-related civil unrest. Artificial intelligence (AI) technology could be used both to quell and exacerbate civil unrest. AI-powered disinformation campaigns and deepfakes could be used to fuel existing tensions and incite violence. Additionally, as AI technology becomes more ubiquitous, it could exacerbate existing inequalities and create new sources of tension, potentially leading to more civil unrest.

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