Nuclear weapons of the early cold war era could be considered emerging technology weapons as cyber weapons are today accordingly examining norm evolution for nuclear weapons is a valuable way to test and possibly help extend norm evolution theory and develop expectations for how norms for cyber warfare will develop. The evolution of cyber war international norms for emerging technology weapons by brian m mazanec university of nebraska press 2014 329 pp in the evolution of cyber war international norms for emerging technology weapons brian mazanec takes a different approach to examine cyber warfare strategies and potential constraintthrough historical case studies including chemical and biological . Before attempting to discuss cyber war norms the author applies norm theory to other weapons technologies that arose in the previous 125 years or so examples of the development of norms for emerging weapons technology include gas airpower nuclear weapons contemporary emerging technologies and finally cyber warfare. The evolution of cyber war international norms for emerging technology weapons by brian m mazanec is a look at the history of international norms and the future of cyber warfare mazanec is an assistant director for defense capabilities and management with the us government and an adjunct professor in the school of policy government and . Current status of cyber warfare and international norms as cyber weapons are emerging technology weapons and have existed for only a short time and there is relative secrecy surrounding most cyber operations there is not an extensive record of customary practice of states2 jason healey breaks the history of cyber conflict into three phases
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