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Governing Cyberspace
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Table of Contents

  1. Introduction, Dennis Broeders and Bibi van den Berg
Part I: International Legal Approaches
  1. International Law and International Cyber Norms: Continuum or Fragmentation?, Liise Adamson
  2. Cyber Intervention and the Principle of Non-Interventions, Nicholas Tsagourias
  3. Violations of Territorial Sovereignty in Cyberspace, Premslaw Roguski
  4. How Uncertainty About Military Technological Change Compromises International Law, Justin Key Canfil
Part II: Power and Governance: International Organisations, State and Sub-State Actors
  1. A Balance of Power in Cyberspace, Alexander Klimburh
  2. International law in Cyber space: NATO, Adaptation and Cooperative Security, Steven Hill
  3. Developing a Cyber Deterrence Initiative, Tim Maurer
  4. Cybersecurity Norm-Building and Signalling wit China, Geoffrey Joseph Hoffman
  5. Ambiguity and Appropriation: Cybersecurity and Cybercrime in Egypt and the Gulf States, James Shires
  6. The Normative Power of Intelligence Agencies, Iliana Georgieva
Part III: Multi-Stakeholder and Corporate Diplomacy
  1. Non-State Actors as Shapers of Customary Standards of Responsible Behaviour in Cyberspace, Jacqueline Eggenschwiler
  2. Tech Companies as Cybersecurity Norm Entrepreneurs: a Critical Analysis of Microsoft's Cybersecurity Tech Accord, Robert Gorwa
  3. Cyber Norms Entrepreneurship?, Louise Marie Hurel and Luisa Cruz Lobato

About the Author

Dennis Broeders is Associate Porfessor of Security and Technology and Senior Fellow of the Hague Program for Cyber Norms and the Institute of Security and Global Affairs, of Leiden University.

Bibi van den Berg is Professor of Cybersecurity Governance at the Institute of Security and Global Affairs of Leiden University.

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Creating political security in cyberspace is a wicked problem. The ability to reach agreements on a global scale are crippled by opposing ideological standpoints, mutual distrust, and diverging interests. We need to look at different bureaucratic units and actors beyond the state to understand both the stumbling blocks and the new potentials for breaking this deadlock. This is exactly what this book does. It combines fresh ideas and new voices belonging to the future generation of cybersecurity scholars in a most timely way. Well done!--Myriam Dunn Cavelty, ETH Zurich
Over the last two decades, cyberspace has increasingly become a source of threat and instability. This excellent volume, which includes essays by some of the most important up-and-coming voices in the study of the politics of cyberspace, offers insights into how different actors, from powerful nation states to regional groupings to Big Tech, understand the insecurity and try to impose some sort of order. This book will be a useful addition to courses on international relations and cybersecurity, and of interest to scholars and practitioners.--Adam Segal, Council on Foreign Relations

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