Cyber espionage

SolarWinds: Accountability, Attribution, and Advancing the Ball

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Apr 16th, 2021

Limited Sanctions Will Not Deter Putin, But They Are a Fine Start

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Apr 16th, 2021

Germany’s Positions on International Law in Cyberspace Part I

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Mar 9th, 2021

Protecting the Information Space in Times of Armed Conflict

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Mar 3rd, 2021

SolarWinds as a Constitutive Moment: A New Agenda for the International Law of Intelligence

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Dec 23rd, 2020

Top Expert Backgrounder: Russia’s SolarWinds Operation and International Law

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Dec 21st, 2020

“Strategic Silence” and State-Sponsored Hacking: The US Gov’t and SolarWinds

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Dec 18th, 2020

COVID-19 and International Law Series: Vaccine Theft, Disinformation, the Law Governing Cyber Operations

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Dec 4th, 2020

The Second Oxford Statement on International Law Protections of the Healthcare Sector During Covid-19: Safeguarding Vaccine Research

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Aug 11th, 2020

Cyberattack Attribution and International Law

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Jul 24th, 2020

WhatsApp v. NSO Group: State Immunity and Cyber Spying

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Apr 16th, 2020

Disrupt, Don’t Indict: Why the United States Should Stop Indicting Foreign State Actor Hackers

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Apr 3rd, 2020

The Defense Department’s Measured Take on International Law in Cyberspace

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Mar 11th, 2020

Russian Cyber Attacks Against Georgia, Public Attributions and Sovereignty in Cyberspace

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Mar 6th, 2020

U.S. Offensive Cyber Operations against Economic Cyber Intrusions: An International Law Analysis – Part II

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Jul 16th, 2019

U.S. Offensive Cyber Operations against Economic Cyber Intrusions: An International Law Analysis – Part I

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Jul 11th, 2019