By Athina Karatzogianni
This quantity examines theoretical and empirical matters on the subject of cyberconflict and its implications for international protection and politics.
Taking a multidimensional method of present debates in web politics, the publication contains essays by means of best specialists from internationally. the amount contains a complete creation to present debates within the box and their ramifications for worldwide politics, and follows this with empirical case reports. those comprise cyberconflict, cyberwars, info war and hacktivism, in contexts comparable to Sri Lanka, Lebanon and Estonia, the eu Social discussion board, feminist cybercrusades and using the net as a weapon through ethnoreligious and socio-political events. the amount provides the theoretical debates and case reports of cyberconflict in a coherent, innovative and actually multidisciplinary method.
The publication could be of curiosity to scholars of cyberconflict, net politics, defense reviews and IR in general.
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