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Cyber Operations and International Law Research Guide

A guide to researching cyber operations and international law.

Leading Secondary Sources

Information from International Organizations

United Nations

 

Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace

The Commission is probably better described as an international NGO, but it will be included here.

 

European Union Agency for Cybersecurity

 

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

 

International Committee of the Red Cross

The ICRC is probably better described as an international NGO, but it will be included here.

Specific Fields of International Law and Cyber Operations -- Primary Sources

International Human Rights Law

These are the human rights sources most often cited in connection with cyber operations. There are others. For more information, see the research guides on international human rights from Tarlton Law Library and from Georgetown Law Library.

 

Diplomatic and Consular Law

 

Law of the Sea

 

Air Law

 

Space Law

 

International Telecommunications Law

 

Law of Armed Conflict

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