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Georgetown Journal of International Affairs
International Engagement on Cyber VI
Volume 17, No. 3
Ian Prasad Philbrick and Andrew McCoy, Editors

The Georgetown Journal of International Affairs has once again partnered with the Cyber Project at Georgetown University's Institute for Law, Science, and Global Security to publish the sixth special issue of International Engagement on Cyber. This special issue of the journal seeks to uncover timely topics, broaden dialogue, and advance knowledge within the field of cyber. The articles are written by an international group of leading scholars, practitioners, and policymakers. The Forum of this issue evaluates the US Department of Defense's 2015 Cyber Strategy and its efficacy in meeting cyber threats. Other topics covered in this issue include applying Just War Theory to the cyber capabilities of non-state actors including ISIS and Anonymous, litigating competing perspectives on the establishment of cyber norms, assessing tensions on the Korean peninsula in the cyber domain, and much more.

The Georgetown Journal of International Affairs is the official publication of the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. The journal was founded to serve as an academic resource for scholars, business leaders, policy makers, and students of international relations, cultivating a dialogue accessible to those with all levels of knowledge about foreign affairs and international politics. Each issue of the journal provides readers with a diverse array of timely, peer-reviewed content that bridges the gap between the work done by news outlets and that done by traditional academic journals.



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Forum: The Role of Strategy in Securing a Nation in the Cyber Domain
Intoduction
Catherine Lotrionte and Anthony Clark Arend
1. Reflections on the New Department of Defense Cyber Strategy: What It Says, What It Doesn't Say
Herbert S. Lin
2. Respecting the Digital Rubicon: How te Department of Defense Should Defend the U.S. Homeland
Rob K. Kane
3. The U.S. Department of Defense on Cyber Strategy: A Call to Action to Partnership
Michele Myauo

Global Governance
4. What Happens If Cyber Norms Are Agreed To?
Emilio Iasiello
5. Dysfunction, Incentives, and Trade: Rehabilitating U.S.-China Cyber Relations
Rebecca Liao
6. International Cyber Norms Dialogue as an Exercise of Normative Power
Eneken Tikk-Ringas

Country in Focus
7. Inter-Korean Rivalry in the Cyber Domain: The North Korean Cyber Threat in the S n'gun Era
Daniel A. Pinkston

Safety & Security
8. A Three-Layer Framework for a Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Strategy
Eviatar Matania, Lior Yoffe, and Michael Mashkautsan
9. The Cybersecurity Storm Front—Froces Shaping the Cybersecurity Landscape: A Framework Analysis
Samuel Sanders Visner

Military Matters
10. Constraining Norms for Cyber Warfare Are Unlikely
Brian M. Mazanec