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Digital Technologies and Global Politics
While other disciplines like law, sociology and computer science have engaged closely with the Information Age, international relations scholars have yet to bring the full analytic power of their discipline to developing our understanding of what new digital technologies mean for concepts like war, peace, security, cooperation, human rights, equity and power. This series brings together the latest research from international relations scholars – particularly those working across disciplines – to challenge and extend our understanding of world politics in the Information Age.


Editor(s): Madeleine Carr; Andrea Calderro
Staff editorial contact: Rebecca Anastasi (ranastasi@rowman.com)
Governing Cyberspace: Behavior, Power and Diplomacy
EDITED BY DENNIS BROEDERS AND BIBI VAN DEN BERG
Rowman & Littlefield International • July 2020 • Monograph