After a successful conference organised by The Hague Program For Cyber Norms, Jake sits 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.
Security networks have emerged as effective vehicles to tackle complex security challenges. This article presents how leadership fosters public value creation in such networks, based on empirical evidence from the author’s recent study of leadership* in two Dutch security networks.
The drawing down of Operation Barkhane provides an opportunity for the reappraisal of counterterrorism efforts in the Sahel. Rather than just looking at ways of increasing the efficacy of military operations, a broader approach could integrate insights from literature on how terrorist groups end.
Based on a forthcoming journal article, we examine the considerations in play for prospective Japanese membership of the ‘Five Eyes’ signals intelligence alliance, the barriers to entry for third-parties, and the idea and reality of the alliance in international politics.