By Andrei Sukhov, Vivek S. Buzruk
Communications of the ACM,
Vol. 64 No. 11, Pages 8-9
https://bit.ly/3fFRNxV May 21, 2021
In recent years, there has been an increasing tendency for confrontation between states and ideologies. The institution of sanctions, countersanctions, and the emergence of new hotspots occur with alarming regularity, reminiscent of the worst years of the Cold War. The level of tension is constantly increasing, and the meeting of preconditions for a decrease in the degree of confrontation is not generally within reaching distance. All this has had a negative impact on international scientific projects, including in the field of computer science.
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