Washington Takes Its Cyber Strategy Global


The United States has spent two years supporting Ukraine in one ground war and seven months backing Israel in another, and it continues to prepare for the possibility of a third in Taiwan.

But arguably its most persistent focus has been on a far longer-running, more perennial, borderless battle over cyberspace and the future of technology. The State Department unveiled its own piece of that ever-expanding policy priority this week with the release of its International Cyberspace and Digital Strategy, which lays out a doctrine of “digital solidarity” that emphasizes the role of technology in diplomacy and the need to build international coalitions to uphold an “open, inclusive, secure, and resilient” internet through “responsible state behavior” in cyberspace.

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Source: Foreign Policy


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