A Frontier Without Direction? The U.K.’s Latest Position on Responsible Cyber Power

1 Aug 2022
By Andrew Dwyer, Ciaran Martin

For the U.K. to be seen as credible in its effort to responsibly deploy offensive cyber capabilities and uphold accountability in its pursuit of cyber power, articulating a clear legal position is crucial. This is also integral to the U.K.’s efforts to challenge “systemic competitors” in cyberspace, including China and Russia, while participating in a broader coalition of like-minded states based on a democratic, rules-based order, such as through President Biden’s Summit for Democracy.


August 1, 2022|News|