• Strategic Europe

    Cyberspace and the World Order

    The digital world needs transatlantic leadership. Otherwise, the risk is that international governance will remain deficient, increasing the risks of cybercrime.

    • Digital Eastern Europe

      During the Euromaidan protest movement—as in the first years of the Arab Spring—it was the power of social media that galvanized civil society.

      • Strategic Europe

      Chinese-Russian Relations Enter Cyberspace

      If the Ukraine crisis continues and relations between Russia and the West deteriorate further, the implications will be grim in a number of areas, including cybersecurity.

      • Strategic Europe

      Cybersecurity: Munich Finally Takes Notice

      Security experts have finally realized the scope of the threat presented by cyberwarfare and cybercrime. But as of now, there is no clear response.

      • Policy Outlook

      Keeping NATO Relevant

      A slimmed down NATO could do a better job of harmonizing transatlantic positions in crisis situations, be the hub of multinational, high-end military operations, and develop expertise and capabilities to deal with new threats such as cyber attacks.

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      Sinan Ülgen
      Visiting Scholar
      Carnegie Europe
      Ülgen is a visiting scholar at Carnegie Europe in Brussels, where his research focuses on Turkish foreign policy, nuclear policy, cyberpolicy, and transatlantic relations.

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