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Heajune Lee, Taylor Grossman and Monica Kaminska Discussing Cyber Norms in Security & Global Affairs Podcast

Heajune Lee, Taylor Grossman and Monica Kaminska Discussing Cyber Norms in Security & Global Affairs Podcast

Podcast / 24 Nov 21

In the fifth episode of the Leiden Security and Global Affairs podcast, podcast host Jake Wright (Leiden University) and Monica Kaminska (The Hague Program for Cyber Norms/Leiden University) sit down with Taylor Grossman and Heajune Lee of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace to discuss their papers, their work, and the emerging field of cyber norms, just after the end of our 2021 conference on cyber norms.

You can listen to the podcast episode on Spotify here.

Taylor Grossman presented the paper "Offensive Cyber Operations & the Market Incentives for Contracting" during the Cyber Arms Control: Incentives and Challenges panel and Heajune Lee presented her paper "Public Attribution as Subject and Source of Cyber Norms" during the Great Power Perspectives: Sovereignty, Norms and Attribution, for which she won the conference's best paper award this year. Follow Taylor Grossman's and Heajune Lee's work on the Carnegie Endowment's Cyber Policy Initiative Program here.

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