The Internet in Bello :  Seminar on Cyber War, Ethics & Policy - Program

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November 18, 2011
Warren Room (295 Boalt Hall), Berkeley Law

 

I. Introduction
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II. Presentations and Recommendations
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III. Opening Remarks
David Caron
Berkeley Law; President, American Society of International Law
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IV. Preparing the Battlefield: The Best Defense
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Beth Van Schaack, Santa Clara Law – Moderator

Michael Nacht, UC Berkeley Goldman School of Public Policy
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Sir Daniel Bethlehem KCMG QC, Columbia Law
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Abraham Sofaer, Hoover Institution, Stanford University
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Discussion 
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V. Cyber Warfare: Attack and Distinction
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Kate Jastram, Berkeley Law – Moderator

Anne Quintin, International Committee of the Red Cross, Regional Delegation for the US and Canada
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Lt. Colonel Pete Hayden, JAGC, US Army, Office of the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff
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Sean Watts, Creighton University School of Law
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Discussion
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VI. Keynote Speech
Introduction by Kate Jastram

Colonel Gary D. Brown, USAF
Staff Judge Advocate, US Cyber Command
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Discussion 
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VII. Geography and Neutrality During Cyber War
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Stephen Maurer, Berkeley Law and Goldman School of Public Policy – Moderator

Andrew Carswell, International Committee of the Red Cross, Regional Delegation for the US and Canada
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Eric Talbot Jensen, Brigham Young University Law School
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