Tag Archive for: "norms"
Caching Asia–Pacific cyber perspectives

Greetings from Kuala Lumpur! The ICPC team is in Malaysia seeking Asia–Pacific perspectives on the Global Conference on Cyber Space (GCCS) to be held in The Hague later this year. The GCCS is the fourth …

Iran: different perspectives

Beyond acknowledging the existence of Iran’s nuclear weapons program, Rodger Shanahan’s views on Iran and my own differ greatly. At the core of our disagreement is how Iran might employ its nascent nuclear capability. I’m …

Cyber wrap

It’s been a busy week in cyber for ASPI with two publications calling for enhanced cyber cooperation under the auspices of the US–Australia alliance. In the first, Preserving the Knowledge Edge, Stephan Frühling, James Goldrick …

Transpacific pragmatism on cybersecurity

Each year the US Department of Homeland Security holds a National Cyber Security Awareness Month. By virtue of time zones, this year’s edition got a bit of a headstart, (unofficially) kicking off in Brisbane at …

ASPI suggests

Today’s first pick is a piece on The Bridge by Australian Army officer Jason Logue on how to effectively counter ISIS’ strategic communications and stem recruitment of Australian fighters. He writes, Playing the counter-propaganda game …