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‘The Interview’ and the Popular Culture-World Politics Continuum

‘The Interview’ and the Popular Culture-World Politics Continuum

In the wake of this scandal, it is possible that other states may use novel tools and techniques to extinguish negative representations of national identity in film.

The Thorny Triangle: Cyber Conflict, Business and the Sino-American relationship in the Global System

The Thorny Triangle: Cyber Conflict, Business and the Sino-American relationship in the Global System

The China-Google cyberconflict adds to the debate on the position of China in the world system, & creates insecurities about the ambitions, capabilities and hidden desires of the ‘next hegemon’. It brings together in one discussion a complex matrix of debates: global politics and world-system theorizing, global political economy and many more.

Threat Morphing in Cyberspace

Threat Morphing in Cyberspace

Much has been written about cybercrime, cyberterrorism and cyberwarfare, but very little has been written about how, and why, these evolving threat categories differ from their real-world analogues. This is unfortunate, because the differences between the threat categories mean that the laws and strategies devised to deal with real-world threats are often ineffectual in dealing with cyber-mediated threats.

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