Armed conflict

TagLast edit: 23 May 2021 13:58 UTC by Pablo

The armed conflict tag is for posts about interstate or intrastate violence between armed groups, the drivers of such conflicts, and interventions to reduce the frequency or severity of such conflicts.

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Brian Tse: Risks from Great Power Conflicts

EA Global11 Mar 2019 15:02 UTC
19 points
2 comments12 min readEA link

How likely is a nu­clear ex­change be­tween the US and Rus­sia?

Luisa_Rodriguez20 Jun 2019 1:49 UTC
63 points
10 comments14 min readEA link

Pos­si­ble way of re­duc­ing great power war prob­a­bil­ity?

Denkenberger28 Nov 2019 4:27 UTC
30 points
2 comments2 min readEA link

Why Don’t We Use Chem­i­cal Weapons Any­more?

Dale23 Apr 2020 1:25 UTC
28 points
4 comments3 min readEA link

Which nu­clear wars should worry us most?

Luisa_Rodriguez16 Jun 2019 23:31 UTC
93 points
12 comments6 min readEA link

Would US and Rus­sian nu­clear forces sur­vive a first strike?

Luisa_Rodriguez18 Jun 2019 0:28 UTC
74 points
4 comments24 min readEA link

How bad would nu­clear win­ter caused by a US-Rus­sia nu­clear ex­change be?

Luisa_Rodriguez20 Jun 2019 1:48 UTC
88 points
11 comments43 min readEA link

How many peo­ple would be kil­led as a di­rect re­sult of a US-Rus­sia nu­clear ex­change?

Luisa_Rodriguez30 Jun 2019 3:00 UTC
86 points
17 comments52 min readEA link

Will the Treaty on the Pro­hi­bi­tion of Nu­clear Weapons af­fect nu­clear de­pro­lifer­a­tion through le­gal chan­nels?

Luisa_Rodriguez6 Dec 2019 10:38 UTC
98 points
5 comments32 min readEA link

Up­dated es­ti­mates of the sever­ity of a nu­clear war

Luisa_Rodriguez19 Dec 2019 15:11 UTC
56 points
1 comment5 min readEA link

Have we un­der­es­ti­mated the risk of a NATO-Rus­sia nu­clear war? Can we do any­thing about it?

TopherHallquist9 Jul 2015 16:09 UTC
8 points
21 commentsEA link

Does the US nu­clear policy still tar­get cities?

landfish2 Oct 2019 17:46 UTC
32 points
0 comments10 min readEA link

Cru­cial ques­tions for longtermists

MichaelA29 Jul 2020 9:39 UTC
76 points
16 comments19 min readEA link

Brian Tse: Sino-Western co­op­er­a­tion in AI safety

EA Global30 Jan 2020 22:02 UTC
8 points
0 comments15 min readEA link

AI Gover­nance: Op­por­tu­nity and The­ory of Impact

Allan Dafoe17 Sep 2020 6:30 UTC
160 points
14 comments13 min readEA link

Why those who care about catas­trophic and ex­is­ten­tial risk should care about au­tonomous weapons

aaguirre11 Nov 2020 17:27 UTC
90 points
30 comments19 min readEA link

What’s the big deal about hy­per­sonic mis­siles?

Jia18 May 2020 7:17 UTC
37 points
8 comments5 min readEA link

[Question] Books /​ book re­views on nu­clear risk, WMDs, great power war?

MichaelA15 Dec 2020 1:40 UTC
15 points
15 comments1 min readEA link

EA and the Pos­si­ble De­cline of the US: Very Rough Thoughts

Cullen_OKeefe8 Jan 2021 7:30 UTC
56 points
18 comments4 min readEA link

Notes on Schel­ling’s “Strat­egy of Con­flict” (1960)

MichaelA29 Jan 2021 8:56 UTC
20 points
3 comments8 min readEA link

Notes on “The Bomb: Pres­i­dents, Gen­er­als, and the Se­cret His­tory of Nu­clear War” (2020)

MichaelA6 Feb 2021 11:10 UTC
17 points
5 comments8 min readEA link

Prob­lem ar­eas be­yond 80,000 Hours’ cur­rent pri­ori­ties

Ardenlk22 Jun 2020 12:49 UTC
257 points
62 comments15 min readEA link

Dani Nedal: Risks from great-power competition

EA Global13 Feb 2020 22:10 UTC
16 points
0 comments16 min readEA link

Notes on “Bioter­ror and Biowar­fare” (2006)

MichaelA1 Mar 2021 9:42 UTC
23 points
6 comments4 min readEA link

Some thoughts on risks from nar­row, non-agen­tic AI

richard_ngo19 Jan 2021 0:07 UTC
34 points
2 comments8 min readEA link

[Question] How many times would nu­clear weapons have been used if ev­ery state had them since 1950?

eca4 May 2021 15:34 UTC
16 points
13 comments1 min readEA link

Fi­nal Re­port of the Na­tional Se­cu­rity Com­mis­sion on Ar­tifi­cial In­tel­li­gence (NSCAI, 2021)

MichaelA1 Jun 2021 8:19 UTC
48 points
3 comments4 min readEA link

Sur­vey on AI ex­is­ten­tial risk scenarios

SamClarke8 Jun 2021 17:12 UTC
119 points
5 comments7 min readEA link

Overview of Re­think Pri­ori­ties’ work on risks from nu­clear weapons

MichaelA10 Jun 2021 18:48 UTC
31 points
0 comments3 min readEA link

A coun­ter­fac­tual QALY for USD 2.60–28.94?

brb2436 Sep 2020 21:45 UTC
37 points
6 comments5 min readEA link

Noah Tay­lor: Devel­op­ing a re­search agenda for bridg­ing ex­is­ten­tial risk and peace and con­flict studies

EA Global21 Jan 2021 16:19 UTC
20 points
0 comments20 min readEA link

Con­flict and poverty (or should we tackle poverty in nu­clear con­texts more?)

Sanjay6 Mar 2020 21:59 UTC
13 points
0 comments7 min readEA link

Eval­u­at­ing Com­mu­nal Violence from an Effec­tive Altru­ist Perspective

frankfredericks13 Aug 2019 19:38 UTC
15 points
4 comments8 min readEA link

The Germy Para­dox – The empty sky: A his­tory of state biolog­i­cal weapons programs

eukaryote24 Sep 2019 5:26 UTC
24 points
0 comments1 min readEA link

The Germy Para­dox: An Introduction

eukaryote24 Sep 2019 5:18 UTC
48 points
4 comments3 min readEA link

The Germy Para­dox – Filters: A taboo

eukaryote19 Oct 2019 0:14 UTC
17 points
2 comments9 min readEA link

Should Effec­tive Altru­ism be at war with North Korea?

BenHoffman5 May 2019 1:44 UTC
−9 points
8 comments5 min readEA link

Should some­one start a grass­roots cam­paign for USA to recog­nise the State of Pales­tine?

freedomandutility11 May 2021 15:29 UTC
−17 points
2 comments1 min readEA link
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