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Cybersecurity and non-state actors: a historical analogy with mercantile companies, privateers, and pirates

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The thesis investigates how the historical analogy to mercantile companies, privateers, and pirates between the 16th and 19th century can elucidate the relationship between non-state actors and states in cyber(in-)security, and how such an application changes our understanding of cyber(in-)security. It contributes to a better integration of non-state actors into the study of cyber(in-)security and international security by clarifying the political challenges raised by the interaction betwe...

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Centre for Doctoral Training in Cyber Security; Department of Politics and International Relations; Pembroke College

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Department of Politics and International Relations
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Florian J. Egloff
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Florian J. Egloff
Type of award:
DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
Awarding institution:
University of Oxford

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