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Update - The Hague Program for Cyber Norms - December 2020


 

Podcast | Ron Deibert on his book Reset. Reclaiming the Internet for Civil Society
We are pleased to launch our new podcast in which we talk to researchers and practitioners in the field of cyber security about their recent work. In this first episode, Dennis Broeders talks to Ron Deibert about his new book ResetRead on...
 

Blog | Will India Negotiate?
This year's best paper award winners Arindrajit Basu and Karthik Nachiappan have written a blog about their paper for the Leiden Security and Global Affairs blog. Read on...
 
 


 

Panel | EU Cyber Sanctions between Effectiveness and Strategy
On Thursday 4 February 2021 at 16:00 (CET), we are organizing an online panel debate on the topic of cyber sanctions, with speakers Erica Monet, Stefan Soesanto and Timo KostersRead on...
 
 
Recordings for 2020 Conference on Cyber Norms 
From 10 to 12 November 2020, we organized our third annual conference on cyber norms, this time completely online. A selection of recordings is now available on our brand-new YouTube channel. Read on...
 



New report | Countering cyber terrorism
In October, we launched our latest publication, a collection of policy-focused contributions exploring how legislation and policy on counter cyber terrorism unfold at the national level in the United States, the United Kingdom, China, Russia, France, and at the regional level of the European Union. Read on...
 
A look back at 2020:
  • 14 Dec | Monica Kaminska gave an early-career researcher talk at the ACE-CSR 2020 PhD and Early Career Researcher Winter School. Read on...
  • 4 Dec | Monica Kaminska at panel 'Crossing the Streams: Private-Academic Collaboration in Cybersecurity'. Read on...
  • 10-12 Nov | 2020 Conference on Cyber Norms | Moving Forward: Fragmentation, Polarization and Hybridity in Cyberspace. Read on...
  • 29 Oct | Publication launch Countering cyber terrorism in a time of 'war on words'. Read on...
  • 27-28 Oct | Dennis Broeders joins EU-India Cyber Consultations. Read on...
  • 22 Oct | Els De Busser participated in the panel "Surveillance, Privacy & Human Rights: The Outlook for 2021" during the International Law Weekend. Read on...
  • 16 Oct | Dennis Broeders at ECP event on digital election interference. Read on...
  • 6 Oct | Tatiana Tropina at 'Urgency' and 'Responsibility' in Global Cooperation conference. Read on...
  • 28 Sep | Fabio Cristiano and James Shires join high-level meeting during CYBERSEC 2020. Read on...
  • 23 Sep | Dennis Broeders takes part in third Europe-Australia 1.5 track Cybersecurity Dialogue (session 3). Read on...
  • 12 Sep | Launch of European Cyber Conflict Research Initiative. Read on...
  • 25 Aug | Monica Kaminska joins the team as postdoctoral researcher. Read on...
  • 20 Aug | Dennis Broeders takes part in third Europe-Australia 1.5 track Cybersecurity Dialogue (session 1). Read on...
  • 13-17 Jul | Closing the Gap conference on Cyber, Digital and Tech. Read on...
  • 16 Jul | New publication Governing Cyberspace: Behavior, Power and Diplomacy. Read on...
  • 6 Jul | Blog by Fabio Cristiano, The Road Toward Agonistic Pluralism for International Cyber Norms. Read on...
  • 26 Jun | Els De Busser at Big Cyber Ideas festival. Read on...
  • 15 May | New blog by Dennis Broeders, Creating Consequences for Election Interference. Read on...
  • 6 Apr | Policy brief Three tales of attribution in cyberspace: Criminal law, international law and policy debates, by Dennis Broeders, Els De Busser and Patryk Pawlak. Read on...
  • 2 Apr | Commentary by Fabio Cristiano and Dennis Broeders, Cyber Norms and the United Nations: Between Strategic Ambiguity and Rules of the Road. Read on...
  • 16 Mar | Policy brief Application of International Law to Cyber Operations: A Comparative Analysis of States' Views, by Przemysław Roguski. Read on...
  • 13 Mar | Is the GCC cyber resilient? New report by Joyce Hakmeh and James Shires. Read on...
  • 20 Feb | Dennis Broeders at NL IGF event Cyber Diplomacy: A Balance between Freedom and Security. Read on...
  • 17 Feb | Lecture by François Delerue, Cyber Operations and International Law. Read on...
  • 13-21 Feb | Visiting Fellow François Delerue. Read on...
Latest entries in our Cyber Norms Bibliography Complete bibliography found here. Please send any additions or suggestions to info@thehaguecybernorms.nl.
About us

The Hague Program for Cyber Norms is a research program at Leiden University in The Hague, The Netherlands, which focuses on the development and implementation of cyber norms. We ask how norms are and can be applied to support cyber security, stability and peace. Our Program is an independent and inclusive platform that welcomes academic and non-academic partners. We invite international thinkers and practitioners to apply critical thinking to the cyber peace and security issues. The platform is open for cooperation to all interested universities and scholars.

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