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Cyber sovereignty

The International Law Sovereignty Debate and Development of International Norms on Peacetime Cyber Operations

A recent speech by the U.K. attorney general may help break the logjam in the development of cyber norms by sidestepping the ongoing debate over sovereignty and returning states’ focus to identifying cyberspace behaviors that should be proscribed.

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China Cyber Sovereignty and Cross-Border Digital Trade

As the U.S. reexamines its trade policy, commentators following U.S.-China affairs have noted an important area that has not received as much attention as the bilateral trade in goods but may one day rival it: the digital economy. Although U.S. exports of information and communication technology-related services to China totaled $12.8 billion in 2015, e-commerce sales in China were estimated to be $672 billion in 2014 (double that of the United States).

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