Opinion – Are American Policies towards China a Path to Technological Bipolarity?

Mohid Iftikhar and James F. Downes • Dec 9 2020 • Articles

The US-China tech rift has created new challenges and opportunities due to ongoing geopolitical tensions.

Tech Giants and Competition: A Political Economy Perspective

Tommaso Crescioli • Oct 27 2020 • Articles

The goal of regulators should be minimising the preferential access to politics of tech giants given by their superior financial resources. This is not a matter of competition, but of democracy.

Review – Technology and Agency in International Relations

Bruno Maciel Santos • Oct 8 2020 • Features

This collection successfully bridges the gap between IR, Science and Technology Studies and New Materialism, highlighting topical examples and policy debates.

Colonial Politics of Digital Security Interfaces

Pedro Maia • Mar 17 2020 • Articles

When juxtaposing quantified data, digital territories, data visualization and security they end up reifying and perpetuating colonial practices and imaginaries.

Review – The Future of War

Jack Howarth • Feb 29 2020 • Features

Freedman employs an inter-disciplinary approach to explore the many failed predictions on the future of war and encourages a healthy scepticism towards them.

Civilization, China and Digital Technology

Michael Keane • Feb 1 2020 • Articles

China is intent on consolidating a digital civilization; which has widespread implications for industry, governance, population management, and international relations.

Reprogramming the World: Legal Terrains

P.J. Blount • Dec 6 2019 • Articles

The legal landscape of Cyberspace is a multidimensional geography that can rewrite the jurisdictional patterns established as accepted in international governance.

Cyberspace and the Struggle to Maintain and Manage It

P.J. Blount • Dec 3 2019 • Articles

If the Internet is to be an effective tool of liberty, freedom and justice then Cyberspace must be understood not just within domestic governance frameworks, but also within the international governance system.

Reprogramming the World: Political Places

P.J. Blount • Dec 2 2019 • Articles

The geography of Cyberspace has been described as layered: a spatial geography layered with a legal geography that is layered with a political geography.

The Nomos of Cyberspace

P.J. Blount • Nov 29 2019 • Articles

If Cyberspace is indeed opening up global geography, then it should be observable in international space through the reallocation of territory, authority, and rights in the international assemblage.

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