Minilateralism and norms in cyberspace

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YEAR

2017

INSTITUTION

EU Institute for Security Studies

AUTHOR(S)

Jakob Bund and Patryk Pawlak

SHORT SUMMARY

This EUISS Alert focuses on the developments stemming from the latest UNGGEs with regard to norms development in cyberspace, specifically concerning the role of the European Union.

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YEAR

2018

INSTITUTION

Hoover Institution

AUTHOR

Adam Segal

SHORT SUMMARY

After initially taking a relatively defensive, reactive position on the global governance of cyberspace, China under President Xi Jinping has adopted a more activist cyber diplomacy. This foreign policy has three primary goals: limit the threat that the internet and the flow of information may pose to domestic stability and regime legitimacy; shape cyberspace to extend Beijing’s political, military, and economic influence; and counter US advantages in cyberspace and increase China’s room of maneuver. Measured against its objectives, China’s diplomacy would appear relatively successful. The greatest uncertainty for Beijing moving forward is the state of US-China relations.

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