- Books: Singer, sections beginning on p. 156, 160, 162
- Articles: Liff, Cyberwar: A New ‘Absolute Weapon’? The Proliferation of Cyberwarfare Capabilities and Interstate War; Atlantic Council, Risk Nexus Beyond data breaches: global interconnections of cyber risk (executive summary); Rid, More Attacks, Less Violence; Domenici, A Lot Rides on the Decision to Relinquish the U.S. Role Over the Internet; and Chapelle, Jurisdiction on the Internet: From Legal Arms Race to Transnational Cooperation (executive summary); and Schwartz, Scenarios for the Future of Cyber Security (CNAS Cyber Volume 2, p.217-228);
- Will CNA-style cyber weapons to proliferate widely moving forward or do you expect a few key nations to remain the dominant cyber powers?
- How will increased international involvement (the “multi-stakeholder governance model) in Internet governance (ICANN) impact the balance of cyber power?