In an era of technological interdependence, international cooperation is taking new and multifaceted forms to ensure sustainable transnational governance of the cyber domain. Cyber Diplomacy is emerging as a new diplomatic practice, involving non-traditional sets of actors called to negotiate international agreements, but also technical protocols and forms of governance accountability.
This panel explores the challenges and opportunities of this shift for the peace and stability of the transnational digital domain.
- Andrea Calderaro | Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies Fellow, Associate Professor in International Relations and Director of the Centre for Internet and Global Politics at Cardiff University.
- Francesca Bosco (Cyber Peace Institute)
- Madeline Carr (UCL)
- Martin Koyabe (Senior Manager AU-GFCE Project)
- Vladimir Radunovic (Director, E-diplomacy and Cybersecurity Programmes at DiploFoundation)
The venue for in-person attendance and the zoom link for remote participation will be shared upon registration. You can register on the EUI website at the following link: https://www.eui.eu/events?id=554641