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Origins of the notion

It should be underlined that the concept of “strategic stability” was born in the late 1980s in the context of START-I negotiations to serve as a foundation of deep strategic arms reductions. In this role, it was designed to replace an amorphous and subjective notion of “equal...

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International Security in Cyberspace: New Models for Reducing Risk

Christopher A. Ford

A report by the US Department of State for International Security in Cyberspace declares two models for reducing "cyberspace risks" for the United States - promoting the norms of responsible state behaviour and deterrence. However, the method of cooperation on the issue of jointly ensuring information security and promoting the rules of responsible behavior of states in cyberspace is not the preferred method for interacting with Russia. The White House seeks to cooperate in cyberspace security only with "like-minded states."