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

November 18, 2011, Berkeley Law


▪Selected Bibliography

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

▪Hague Convention VRights 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