Rethinking Cyber Warfare (Oxford University Press)
Friday, 24 May 2024

Spanning disciplines, David Edelman provides a fresh understanding of the role that digital disruption plays in contemporary international security. Focusing on the critical phenomenon of major cyberattacks against wired societies, the book reconsiders central tenets that shaped global powers' policies and explains what forces in the international system might durably restrain their use. It explores how deterrence, international law, and normative taboos operate today to shape whether and how states think about causing this kind of disruption.


Author: R. David Edelman
Publisher: Oxford University Press Date: May 2024
Pages: 416
ISBN: 978-0197509685
Print: 0197509681
Kindle: B0CW18PJVF
Audience: General
Level: Introductory
Category: General interest


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