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    The evolution of cyber war : international norms for emerging-technology weapons
    Mazanec, Brian M., author.

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    Mazanec, Brian M., author.
    The evolution of cyber war : international norms for emerging-technology weapons / Brian M. Mazanec.
    Publication info:
    Lincoln : Potomac Books, an imprint of the University of Nebraska Press, [2015]
    Physical description:
    xiv, 329 pages ; 24 cm
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    Bibliography note:
    Includes bibliographical references (pages 307-320) and index.
    Introduction -- General norm evolution theory -- Norm evolution for chemical and biological weapons -- Norm evolution for strategic bombing -- Norm evolution for Nuclear Weapons -- Norm evolution theory for emerging-technology weapons -- Prediction norm evolution for Cyber Warfare -- Conclusions and recommendations.
    General Norm Evolution Theory -- Norm Evolution for Chemical and Biological Weapons -- Norm Evolution for Strategic Bombing -- Norm Evolution for Nuclear Weapons -- Norm Evolution Theory for Emerging-Technology Weapons -- Predicting Norm Evolution for Cyber Warfare -- Conclusions and Recommendations.
    "In January 2014 Pope Francis called the Internet a "gift from God." Months later former Secretary of Defense, Leon Panetta, described cyber warfare as "the most serious threat in the 21st century," capable of destroying our entire infrastructure and crippling the nation. Already, cyber warfare has impacted countries around the world: Estonia in 2007, Georgia in 2008, and Iran in 2010; and, as with other methods of war, cyber technology has the ability to be used not only on military forces and facilities, but on civilian targets. Our computers have become spies and tools for terrorism, and a have allowed for a new, unchecked method of war. And yet, cyber warfare is still in its infancy, with inumerable possibilities and contingencies for how such a war may play out in the coming decades"-- Provided by publisher.
    Subject term:
    Information warfare (International law)
    Subject term:
    Cyberspace operations (Military science)
    Subject term:
    Cyberterrorism--Law and legislation.
    Subject term:
    Technological innovations--Law and legislation.
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