David D. Clark and Susan Landau consider how cyberexploitations and cyberattacks might be traced by linking people to packets and conclude that such a linkage would be a mistake. They discuss how other technical contributions to cyber attribution can only be contemplated in the larger regulatory context of various legal jurisdictions.Read more ›
A Harvard National Security Journal Symposium on March 4, 2011 (Live webcast)Read more ›
Jacob Turner suggests revisions to Egypt’s Constitution that could help ensure a stable transition to democratic government.Read more ›
By Ronak D. Desai –
Combating the scourge of maritime piracy has emerged as a promising area of cooperation between NATO and the Russian Federation.
By John Thorlin – Should the United States reinstitute the draft? In the Summer 2010 edition of the Yale Journal of International Affairs, Dr. Joseph Vasquez questions the wisdom of using private military contractors (PMCs) and suggests that reinstitution of the draft might be preferable on moral and economic grounds. He cites a 2007 shooting incident which led to manslaughter [...]Read more ›