The EU Cyber Direct supports the evidence-based development of the EU’s cyber diplomacy by providing research and analysis in the form of publications and targeted events on four main themes: conflict prevention and advancing responsible behaviour in cyberspace, cyber resilience and critical infrastructure protection, cybercrime and criminal justice, and new and emerging technologies with a potential disruptive effect. The project also aims to strengthen the EU’s understanding of cyber diplomacy globally, in particular through the Atlas of Cyber Diplomacy.

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Quiet Conversations: Observations from a decade of practice in cyber-related track 1.5 and track 2 diplomacy

A decade of practice shows how secondary forms of diplomacy can steadily build bridges and allow for frank and pragmatic discussion below the threshold of formal politics and policy.

by Camino Kavanagh, Madeline Carr, and Nils Berglund

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