The Internet in Bello :  Cyber War Law, Ethics & Policy - Resources

 

Matthew Brunwasser, "Making the Rules of Cyberwar," PRI/The World (aired November 29, 2011)

 

Selected Bibliography

 

Hague Convention V -- Rights and Duties of Neutral Powers and Persons in Case of War on Land, November 18, 1907

Daniel BethlehemOutline of remarks

Andrew Carswell, Neutrality in Cyber War [Powerpoint presentation]

Eric Talbot Jensen, Scenarios 1 and 2

Eric Talbot Jensen, audio interview on "Why Cyber War Law Matters," International Committee of the Red Cross website

Eric Talbot Jensen, "Cyber Warfare and Precautions Against the Effects of Attacks," Texas Law Review, 2010

Eric Talbot Jensen, "President Obama and the Changing Cyber Paradigm," William Mitchell Law Review, 2011 

Michael Nacht, "The Cyber Security Challenge," Policy Notes, Goldman School of Public Policy, UC Berkeley,  S[ring 2011

Abraham Sofaer, David Clark & Whitfield Diffie, "Cyber Security and International Arrangements," Proceedings of a Workshop on Deterring CyberAttacks:  Informing Strategies and Developing Options for U.S. Policy, 2010

Sean Watts, "Combatant Status and Computer Network Attack," Virginia Journal of International Law, 2010

Sean Watts, "Low-Intensity Computer Network Attack and Self-Defense," International Law Studies, 2011