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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”


Impact of New Technologies on United Nations Peacekeeping Operations

July 6, 2017

By Felix Manig Rapid technological advancements are changing the nature of warfare and military operations, with serious implications for peace and security. At present, states are investing immense sums into the research and development of emerging technologies for their national security. This phenomenon is led by the U.S. government which approves nearly $3 billion annually … Continue reading “Impact of New Technologies on United Nations Peacekeeping Operations”


Crossing Borders: Technology and Migration in an Interconnected World – Conference Tickets on Sale

February 25, 2017

By: Johan Lammers In times of travel bans and Brexit, as a foreign student from The Netherlands where the polls are led by a party whose official stance on immigration is literally ‘zero asylum seekers extra and no more immigrants from Islamic countries; border closed’, migration is never far from my thoughts and conversations. In this … Continue reading “Crossing Borders: Technology and Migration in an Interconnected World – Conference Tickets on Sale”


De-Funding the Enemy: Can Technology Help Prevent Military and Diplomatic Procurement Spending From Being Used Against Us?

November 25, 2016

By: James C Sinclair Can technology help to prevent military and diplomatic procurement spending from being used against us? Profli-gate That there is a degree of waste associated with large-scale government procurement projects is hardly news. Even during peacetime, there are few limits on the profligacy and incompetence of sovereign supply chain administration, such as … Continue reading “De-Funding the Enemy: Can Technology Help Prevent Military and Diplomatic Procurement Spending From Being Used Against Us?”


PROXY Capabilities – A Renewed Strategy of the 21st Century

April 4, 2016

By: Cheng Lai Ki Photo credit: Diaz,J. ‘Russia is developing a drone army – including amphibious models’, SPLOID, January 16, 2014. This is the first of 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 … Continue reading “PROXY Capabilities – A Renewed Strategy of the 21st Century”


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