The unprecedented number of cyber-attacks that have rocked some of the world’s biggest companies and government agencies over the last few years makes cyber diplomacy one of the most urgent issues of the century.
However, catching up to disruptive technologies while curbing military escalation in cyberspace presents both opportunities and obstacles.
How do the US’ and Russia’s different perceptions of cyberthreats limit the scope of cyber diplomacy? Is there any room for multilateralism in cyberspace? What role – if any – will non-state actors play in cyber diplomacy negotiations?