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Introduction to Symposium on Sovereignty, Cyberspace, and Tallinn Manual 2.0

Tom Ginsburg
2017 AJIL Unbound  
Our symposium begins with Gary Corn and Robert Taylor, who have served as lawyers for the United States Department of Defense. 2 They take on the concept of sovereignty as applied by Tallinn 2.0 to cyber  ...  INTRODUCTION TO SYMPOSIUM ON SOVEREIGNTY, CYBERSPACE, AND TALLINN MANUAL 2.0 Tom Ginsburg* In February 2017, a group of nineteen scholars, working as the International Group of Experts under the auspices  ... 
doi:10.1017/aju.2017.58 fatcat:4sq7sjqotjfe7as72s6shmqb2u

In Defense of Sovereignty, in the Wake of Tallinn 2.0

Phil Spector
2017 AJIL Unbound  
One of the gentle surprises of the release of the Tallinn 2.0 Manual is that it has prompted a rich debate over the nature of sovereignty in international law.  ...  Depending on your perspective, the Tallinn translation of international law to the cyber domain has either forced a reconsideration or surfaced a latent dispute over whether sovereignty is a binding rule  ...  IN DEFENSE OF SOVEREIGNTY IN THE WAKE OF TALLINN 2.0  ... 
doi:10.1017/aju.2017.56 fatcat:cyny2olhhbbahmqe4234gezuke

Sovereignty in Cyberspace: Lex Lata Vel Non?

Michael N. Schmitt, Liis Vihul
2017 AJIL Unbound  
Globalization has not conquered sovereignty. Instead, the notion of sovereignty occupies center stage in discussions concerning the normative architecture of cyberspace.  ...  For instance, when Western states raise the issue of human rights in cyberspace, those on the opposite side of the negotiating table fall back on sovereignty-based arguments.  ...  Department of Defense (DoD) appears troubled by the Tallinn Manual 2.0's position on sovereignty.  ... 
doi:10.1017/aju.2017.55 fatcat:4radppqh6reivbsvtm77tokcci

Layered Sovereignty: Adjusting Traditional Notions of Sovereignty to a Digital Environment

Przemyslaw Roguski
2019 2019 11th International Conference on Cyber Conflict (CyCon)  
In this paper I argue for a 'layered' understanding of sovereignty in cyberspace.  ...  Applying these findings to the general concept of sovereignty in cyberspace, I argue that while the physical layer is covered by State sovereignty by virtue of the principle of territoriality, the logical  ...  The Tallinn Manual 2.0 approach to Sovereignty -the Primacy of Territorial Effects The authors of the Tallinn Manual 2.0 seem to subscribe to the first view.  ... 
doi:10.23919/cycon.2019.8756900 dblp:conf/cycon/Roguski19 fatcat:jxzdttbpr5gqla6ne5snispmlu

"Lagom Jurisdiction" – What Viking Drinking Ettiquette Can Teach Us about Internet Jurisdiction and Google France

Dan Svantesson
2018 Masaryk University Journal of Law and Technology  
Introduction to Symposium on Sovereignty, Cyberspace, and Tallinn Manual 2.0. AJIL Unbound, 111, pp. 205-206.  ...  , in line with how the Tallinn Manual 2.0 on the International Law Applicable to Cyber Operations approaches sovereignty.  ... 
doi:10.5817/mujlt2018-1-2 fatcat:us4wnm4msvc4jmqubgb4kjhz3m

Nation-States and Their Cyber Operations in Planting of Malware in Other Countries: Is It Legal Under International Law?

John J. Chung
2018 University of Pittsburgh law review  
Schmitt & Liis Vihul, Respect for Sovereignty in Cyberspace, 95 TEx. L. REV. 1639, 1650 (2017). 79 Id.8 TALLINN MANUAL 2.0, supra note 39, at 17.  ...  See TALLINN MANUAL 2.0, supra note 39, at 333. However, the Tallinn Manual 2.0 offers a substantive distinction.  ...  Advocates of the approach will inevitably learn that sovereignty-violating cyber operations can only be pursued as a measure of last resort and with full knowledge of the likely reactions.  ... 
doi:10.5195/lawreview.2018.593 fatcat:sfcnjx463vapzpnxjqtunqt54y

Tallinn, Hacking, and Customary International Law

Ahmed Ghappour
2017 AJIL Unbound  
Tallinn 2.0 grapples with the application of general international law principles through various hypothetical fact patterns addressed by its experts.  ...  In doing so, its commentary sections provide a nonbinding framework for thinking about sovereignty, raising important considerations for states as they begin to articulate norms to resolve the question  ...  Rule 4 of Tallinn 2.0 characterizes sovereignty as a primary norm, 3 rather than a foundational principle that underpins primary norms such as the duty of nonintervention. 4 That is, Tallinn indicates  ... 
doi:10.1017/aju.2017.59 fatcat:pwsbjxfm3bhnpb5omllar55g2a

Review of Political life in the wake of the plantation: sovereignty, witnessing, repair

Tka Pinnock
2020 European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies  
In the monograph, Thomas uses post-colonial Jamaica to theorize sovereignty in relation to affect -tracing the relationship between sovereignty, violence and subjectivity.  ...  Thomas further presents the concepts of witnessing 2.0 -an embodied and moral practice that involves assuming responsibility for contemporary events and repair -an ethical and political practice of justice  ...  In the monograph, Thomas uses post-colonial Jamaica to theorize sovereignty in relation to affect -tracing the relationship between sovereignty, violence and subjectivity.  ... 
doi:10.32992/erlacs.10656 fatcat:zddd53cnbnhxxaxam7xqm7cqyq

Liberal Internationalism 3.0: America and the Dilemmas of Liberal World Order

G. John Ikenberry
2009 Perspectives on Politics  
I argue that it is possible to identify three versions or models of liberal international order-versions 1.0, 2.0, and 3.0.  ...  I develop a set of dimensions that allow for identifying different logics of liberal international order and identify variables that will shape the movement from liberal internationalism 2.0 to 3.0.  ...  Liberal internationalism 2.0 also moved beyond the Wilsonian vision with its more complex notions of sovereignty and interdependence.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1537592709090112 fatcat:poa5kefvrbd4bh5ebgtlitsilu

Page 45 of Political Studies Vol. 51, Issue 1 [page]

2003 Political Studies  
THE ‘RADICAL CENTRE’ IN NORTHERN IRELAND 45 Figure 4: Relative Positions of Party Memberships along Joint British-Irish Sovereignty Dimension Ulster Unionist | Council | Pro-redesignation Alliance | Anti-redesignation  ...  Alliance | | 1.0 confidence interval Figure 5: Relative Positions of Party Memberships along Patten implementation Dimension Ister Unionist Council Pro-redesignation Alliance Anti-redesignation Alliance -2.0  ... 

Atak z użyciem oprogramowania szantażującego WannaCry jako naruszenie prawa międzynarodowego

Radosław Fordoński, Wojciech Andrzej Kasprzak
2020 Studia Prawnoustrojowe  
As for non-government systems, the question of violation of sovereignty is not so clear-cut according to the Tallinn Manual 2.0, but if the ransomware disables systems in what is generally described as  ...  Nevertheless, the operation did in some respects violate the sovereignty of a number of States, particularly in light of the significant disruption of functions, which the Tallinn Manual 2.0 would count  ... 
doi:10.31648/sp.4895 fatcat:4wudmsj7lrdz5evbq5bqhzzznm

Multilateralism 2.0: It Is Here—Are We Ready for It?

Inge Kaul
2020 Global Perspectives  
Second, necessary systematic reforms to make global governance fit for the new reality of multilateralism 2.0 are still lacking, because states value their sovereignty.  ...  This new, binding type of multilateralism is called here "multilateralism 2.0" to distinguish it from the conventional, more optional type of multilateralism.  ...  to states' relationships being marked by increasing de facto universal multilateralism, termed here multilateralism 2.0 or M2.0.  ... 
doi:10.1525/gp.2020.17639 fatcat:za34wrhjxvhxddxfgp76wgrbhy

AMP volume 102 Cover and Front matter

2008 Proceedings of the ASIL Annual Meeting  
Power and Difference 2.0 Madhavi Sunder 269 Mary Anne Case 270 Remarks by: Ronald C.  ...  Tuminez 115 The Road to Autonomy in Aceh Hurst Hannum 116 State Sovereignty and Regional Autonomy in India: Human Rights and Governance Perspectives C.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0272503700026598 fatcat:bjlumlsg4jdtffn6uexdq3nrjm

Rethinking popular geopolitics in the Falklands/Malvinas sovereignty dispute: Creative diplomacy and citizen statecraft

Alasdair Pinkerton, Matt Benwell
2014 Political Geography  
Rethinking popular geopolitics in the Falklands/Malvinas sovereignty dispute: creative diplomacy and citizen statecraft.  ...  influence of social media and the associated flourishing of 'citizen statecraft' which, through its production of geopolitical knowledges, hints at the possibilities of a genuinely popular geopolitics 2.0  ...  intentions' of the original 'Web 2.0' moniker.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.polgeo.2013.10.003 fatcat:pgqpcjmnx5anplhug5jxegqrqi

Problem of the Sovereignty and Economic Decisions Adoption in the Union State: Some Questions of the Theory and Practice of 2018–2019

V. A. Shamakhov, N. М. Mezhevich
2019 Administrative Consulting  
Understanding of economic sovereignty during an era of globalization 2.0. — a difcult task for theorists and practitioners. How to combine traditions of sovereignty and need of integration deepening?  ...  The concept of sovereignty is a through and general scientifc problem now. In relation to the Russian-Belarusian relations, frst it is connected with questions of economic sovereignty.  ...  Sovereignty: Organized Hypocrisy. Princeton : Princeton University Press, 1999 в трактовке [1, c. 99-100].  ... 
doi:10.22394/1726-1139-2019-8-15 doaj:6295ccd4cfe74b00b59694bc39df4b20 fatcat:gxmjhxaso5h7rmrqrozz5npmei
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