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Internet Sovereignty as a Gateway to Global Norms: The Battle over Global Internet Governance

July 18, 2019

by Eve Gleeson 18 July 2019 Introduction The Internet’s essence as “open, global, [and] borderless” has complicated attempts toward international cooperation on Internet governance. Many authoritarian states with comprehensive cybersecurity policies and strategies regard the Internet as a tool to monitor and quell internal dissent that may threaten regime stability, while liberal democracies, especially those … Continue reading “Internet Sovereignty as a Gateway to Global Norms: The Battle over Global Internet Governance”


‘Authentication – Crypto-Wars’ new frontline

August 1, 2016

By: Yuji Develle Image credit: https://netzpolitik.org/wp-upload/23390123_b6caaefc16_o.jpg 9 February, 2016: the FBI requested Apple to unlock an iPhone device belonging to a suspect of the San Bernardino terror shootings. Given until 26 February to respond, Apple flatly refused. So began a drawn out legal battle and ongoing public debates surrounding the merits of encryption, pitting the national … Continue reading “‘Authentication – Crypto-Wars’ new frontline”


PROXY Capabilities – Costs and burden sharing in Draft Investigatory Powers Bill: The battle between the Home Office and communication service providers

April 8, 2016

This is the fifth piece in a series of articles we will be featuring on Strife in the coming week looking at the role of Proxy Warfare in the 21st century by Series Editor Cheng Lai Ki. Previous articles in the series can be found here. By: Mustafa Batuhan Albas On 4 November 2015, the UK government published a … Continue reading “PROXY Capabilities – Costs and burden sharing in Draft Investigatory Powers Bill: The battle between the Home Office and communication service providers”


Virtual conflict as cultural catharsis: re-fighting Vietnam 2.0

June 12, 2014

By Ben Collins: Storytelling is a core part of how we communicate with each other, understand complex issues and come to terms with the world around us. The prevalence of so-called ‘talking therapies’ show that such processes are important in helping to overcome and move past negative events and experiences. The experience of 9/11 left … Continue reading “Virtual conflict as cultural catharsis: re-fighting Vietnam 2.0”


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