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[liberationtech] Rise of a Cybered Westphalian Age

atty2004 shadai at zworg.com
Mon Jul 18 18:36:31 PDT 2011


Excellent article. Thanks you for the posting.

Moritz Bartl <moritz at torservers.net> wrote: 
> 
> Accession Number : ADA537560
> 
> Title :   Rise of a Cybered Westphalian Age
> 
> Descriptive Note : Journal article
> 
> Corporate Author : AIR UNIV MAXWELL AFB AL STRATEGIC STUDIES QUARTERLY
> 
> Personal Author(s) : Demchak, Chris C. ; Dombrowski, Peter
> 
> Report Date : 2011
> 
> Pagination or Media Count : 31
> 
> Abstract : No frontier lasts forever, and no freely occupied global
> commons extends endlessly where human societies are involved. Sooner or
> later, good fences are erected to make good neighbors, and so it must be
> with cyberspace. Today we are seeing the beginnings of the border-making
> process across the world's nations. From the Chinese intent to create
> their own controlled internal Internet, to increasingly controlled
> access to the Internet in less-democratic states, to the rise of
> Internet filters and rules in Western democracies, states are
> establishing the bounds of their sovereign control in the virtual world
> in the name of security and economic sustainability. The topology of the
> Internet, like the prairie of the 1800s' American Midwest is about to be
> changed forever -rationally, conflictually, or collaterally- by the
> decisions of states.
> 
> Descriptors :   *NETWORK TOPOLOGY, *INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, *INTERNET,
> ECONOMICS, SOCIETIES, MAN MACHINE SYSTEMS, MAN COMPUTER INTERFACE,
> ONLINE SYSTEMS, ELECTRONIC SECURITY, CHINA, CYBERNETICS, COMPUTER
> VIRUSES, CLIENT SERVER SYSTEMS, INTERNATIONAL POLITICS, NATIONS,
> MILITARY HISTORY, GLOBAL
> 
> Subject Categories : GOVERNMENT AND POLITICAL SCIENCE
>       COMPUTER SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT AND STANDARDS
>       CYBERNETICS
>       HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING & MAN MACHINE SYSTEM
> 
> Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE
> 
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> 
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> 
> -- 
> Moritz Bartl
> https://www.torservers.net/
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