Determann, Lothar and Guttenberg, Karl T. 2014. “On War and Peace in Cyberspace – Security, Privacy, Jurisdiction.” In Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly 41 (4): 875-902.￼
An interesting perspective on how to achieve peace in the cyber realm. In general, peace is perceived as a trade-off game where, in the cyber realm, the choice between security and privacy has to be made. The work uses novel contemporary examples of breaches in security to contemplate how public opinion holds no place in today’s political agenda and diminishes the diplomatic professional skills necessary to solve a conflict. It also admits to the difficulties in attributing breaches in security to certain nations, suggesting instead increased security as a measure of protection.