- 29 May, 2023
The US Bureau of Cyberspace and Digital Policy: A Cornerstone for Next Generation Cyber Diplomacy
The United States, being the world’s top cyber superpower, has recently established a Bureau of Cyberspace and Digital Policy (CDP).
Cyberspace and State Sovereignty: A Growing Global Concern
Over the past few decades, cyberspace has expanded and affected numerous aspects of human life where individuals, states, and organizations
Cyber Diplomacy: An Emerging Strategy of Foreign Policy
Cyber diplomacy works by establishing partnerships with other countries to boost cooperation and collaboration in diplomatic means against cyber threats,
Cyberwar, Ransomware Attacks and 20 Years of Digital Exploitation
As I sit here and type, it is hard not to take a breath and feel rather melancholic thinking back
Cyber Surveillance: An Infringement of Fundamental Human Rights
The quintessential norm in the digitalized era is this: a user is either scrolling through social media feeds, reading an
Glory and Dream: China’s Cyberspace Governance
Today human society has entered a new era of “one global village combines the North and South, one worldwide network
Perils of Modern Algorithmic Society
AI with its exceedingly powerful algorithms is already here and plays an increasing role in shaping our societies, economies, and
The United Nations as a Forum for Cybersecurity: Procrastinator or Enabler?
Malicious cyber activities in cyberspace pose a threat to peace and security, human rights and sustainable development internationally. When considering
Civil Rights Protection on Social Media: What the US Congress Could Do?
Over the past week, Facebook banned various controversial figures from its platforms; the social-media giant publicly noted, for example, that
Real automation and decentralization a must case for bodies like FATF
Human history is always involved with the national agendas and secret policies against their rivals and competitor. This discriminatory behavior