Tag: Strategy and Warfare,


Victory in Cyberspace: Issues, Means, and Geography

A review of state-initiated and state-sponsored incidents in cyberspace in the past decade reveals that over two thirds of these involved actors within the Asia Pacific; often times occurring in the context of politico-economic disputes. These activities range from attempts at espionage to that of coercion; in all appearance confirming the domain’s increasing strategic value.


Reconciliation: The Conditions of Possibility that Enable Practices in the Anlong Veng Community, Cambodia

The purpose of this paper is to analyse the conditions of possibility that enable practices of reconciliation in the Anlong Veng community, Cambodia. A qualitative method including secondary data analysis as well as field research interviews is being employed. The practices – i.e. negotiation – have been taken into consideration the discourse of power relations