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Formulating Cyber Norms: Evolution, Challenges and Future Outlook

Norms are the informal codes which determine the acceptable behaviour. These norms can be individualistic and group based. They...

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Computational International Relations: A Dip in Digital Research

“When was the last time we used Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs)” is perhaps, an oxymoronic question. Because ICTs...

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Cyber Crimes in the Time of COVID-19

It has been four months now since the COVID-19 has internationalised itself. By April 20, there have been more...

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Key Points:  The technological revolution and revolution in warfare have gone hand in hand over centuries. The emerging technologies...

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Key Points:  The concept of social media’s self-regulation in its essence has failed. It is because of the fact...

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Cross Domain Deterrence – A Critical Appraisal

Deterrence is not a new concept for the students and practitioners of International Relations and Security Studies. However, just...

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Film and Drama Industry as a Component of Perception and Soft Power

It is quite fashionable to talk about movies and dramas. May it be cinema or home theatre, laptop or...

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Information Social War is the Continuation of Politics by Other “Memes”

Whenever we talk about memes we are talking about social media. It is vice-versa also, since, the social networking...

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Key Points:  In early January, Iranian military general Qasem Soleimani was assassinated by an American drone strike in Iraq....

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Operational History of Mumbai Attacks: A Critical Appraisal of Social Media

Social media has been weaponised now. This is convincingly put forth by P.W. Singer and Emerson T. Brooking in...

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