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Global internet governance : an uncharted diplomacy terrain?
Andrea CALDERARO and Meryem MARZOUKI(eds), Internet diplomacy : shaping the global politics of cyberspace, New York : Rowman & Littlefield, 2022, pp. 1-18
CALDERARO, Andrea, MARZOUKI, Meryem, Global internet governance : an uncharted diplomacy terrain?, in Andrea CALDERARO and Meryem MARZOUKI(eds), Internet diplomacy : shaping the global politics of cyberspace, New York : Rowman & Littlefield, 2022, pp. 1-18 - http://hdl.handle.net/1814/74629
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International cooperation is increasingly mobilized to ensure that the expansion of connectivity infrastructure, digital services and their usages also safeguards security, human rights, and economic benefits. Over the past decade, novel diplomatic practices have been adopted in negotiating technical standards, norms, regulations, and policies in the intersection of national and global priorities. This chapter defines this emerging diplomatic landscape as Internet Diplomacy, a concept that entails the broad range of emerging international practices clustered around digital environments, including cybersecurity and internet governance. In broadening our view of diplomacy in the digital age, this chapter expands our understanding of transformations in international diplomacy and transnational digital governance, their drivers and their nature, their capacity to challenge power relations, and, ultimately, the values they carry and channel onto the global scene.
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