- Editor’s Note
The Georgetown Journal of International Affairs has once again partnered with Georgetown University’s CyberProject to assemble articles from leading scholars, practitioners, and policymakers around the globe to publish the sixth special issue of International Engagement on Cyber. This special issue of the journal seeks to uncover timely topics, broaden the dialogue, and advance knowledge within the field of cyber.
In the Forum of this issue of International Engagement on Cyber, authors from academia, government, and the private sector evaluate the U.S. Department of Defense’s 2015 Cyber Strategy and its efficacy in meeting cyber threats. Other topics covered in this issue include applying just war theory to the cyber capabilities of non-state actors including ISIS and Anonymous, litigating competing perspectives on the establishment of cyber norms, assessing tensions on the Korean peninsula in the cyber domain, and much more.
In presenting this sixth cyber issue, I offer my humble gratitude to our contributors and dedicated editorial staff, without whose work it would not have materialized. Sincere appreciation to Dr. Jennifer Long and Dr. Anthony Clark Arend, whose assistance exceeded the call of duty. Special gratitude also to Dr. Catherine Lotrionte, whose work remains our north star. To the readers: Enjoy. [End Page 1]