The entry of political intelligence into American foreign policy
In 1787, with several European ambassadors, the Russian Empress Catherine II visited Crimea. The purpose of the trip was to reassure and deceive the ambassadors before a new war against the Sublime Porte with regard to Russia’s true power ability.
HENRY KISSINGER, who recently turned ninety-seven, is America’s most celebrated living statesman. None of his successors has come close to matching the extraordinary blend of acclaim and notoriety, admiration and criticism that he attracted as national security adviser
At a time when foreign policy is moving toward algorithms that aim to analyze data, predict events, and advise governments, artificial intelligence can be used in a variety of foreign policy areas.