Cyber risks to governance, Part II –  The Attribution Game: the challenges and opportunities of cyber attribution in policymaking
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Cyber risks to governance, Part II – The Attribution Game: the challenges and opportunities of cyber attribution in policymaking

By Yuji Develle and Jackson Webster: In an era of Snowden, Wikileaks, Dark Web and data breaches there have never been so many cyber risks associated with governance. This article is the second of a 3-part Strife series which examines three diverse aspects of cyber risks to governance.  Last week Andreas Haggman began by looking at the online … Continue reading

Cyber Security in China
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Cyber Security in China

By Christy Quinn:  Greg Austin, Cyber Policy in China. China Today. Cambridge, Malden: Polity Press, 2014. Pp. 232. £ 15.99, paperback; £50.00, hardback; £10.99, e-book. ISBN: 978-0-7456-6979-3. * From the emergence of the printing press in Early Modern Europe, to the expansion of global satellite television and the internet,the state has always been on the back foot in … Continue reading

Call for papers: A world in flux?  Analysis and prospects for the U.S. in global security
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Call for papers: A world in flux? Analysis and prospects for the U.S. in global security

A world in flux? Analysis and prospects for the U.S. in global security  Call for papers US Foreign Policy Research Group and Strife first annual conference March 4, 2015 at King’s College London The world is in an increasing state of flux. Growing concerns over the rise of Islamic State and international tensions over Ukraine … Continue reading

The strategic aims of Chinese cyber industrial espionage
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The strategic aims of Chinese cyber industrial espionage

By Christy Quinn: The recent indictment of several People’s Liberation Army (PLA) officers linked to the 61398 Unit, accused of industrial espionage against several US private companies and trade union bodies on the behalf of Chinese state industries, has pushed the issue of ‘cyber warfare’ to the front pages of global media. What for decades was … Continue reading

Clausewitz and cyber security: towards a new Trinity?
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Clausewitz and cyber security: towards a new Trinity?

By Andreas Haggman: In November 2011 the UK government published its national Cyber Security Strategy, outlining the exponential growth of the internet, the threats and opportunities this presents, and a vision for 2015. Two main themes are present throughout the document: the need to acquire knowledge, skills and capability; and the role of the three … Continue reading