Prepping for Long-Term Competition? U.S. Leadership in Cyberspace from Trump to Biden

Prepping for Long-Term Competition? U.S. Leadership in Cyberspace from Trump to Biden

U.S. Leadership in a World of Uncertainties
5 October 2022

What has become of American leadership in cyberspace under the administration of Joe Biden?

Frédérick Douzet (Director of GEODE and University Professor at the French Institute of Geopolitics, University of Paris 8) and Stéphane Taillat (lecturer at the University of Paris 8 and seconded to the Écoles de St Cyr Coëtquidan) answer this question in a chapter entitled “Prepping for Long-Term Competition? U.S. Leadership in Cyberspace from Trump to Biden”. Published by Palgrave MacMillan, the book deals with “U.S. Leadership in a World of Uncertainty”.

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The war in Ukraine, open source investigation and the potential for “digital fieldwork” in geopolitics

The war in Ukraine, open source investigation and the potential for “digital fieldwork” in geopolitics

Political Geography
31 August 2022

Kevin Limonier, a professor at the French Institute of Geopolitics and researcher at GEODE, recently published a new article on open source investigation and the potential for “digital fieldwork” in the context of the war in Ukraine. Read the article here.

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UGI 2022 – Communication from Margot François

UGI 2022 – Communication from Margot François

UGI 2022
22 August 2022

Communication

The Centennial Congress of the International Geographical Union (IGU) took place from July 18 to 22, 2022 in Paris.

During this event Margot François gave a communication : 

Session “Political Geographies of Data” – M.François Border vs security? Nationalist discourses on cybersecurity and the “bordering” of cyberspace.

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UGI 2022 – Communication from Alix Desforges

UGI 2022 – Communication from Alix Desforges

UGI 2022
22 August 2022

The Centennial Congress of the International Geographical Union (IGU) took place from July 18 to 22, 2022 in Paris.

During this event Alix Desforges gave a communication : 

Session Political Geographies of Data – A.Desforges Digital sovereignty in France : a binary debate far from the political objectives. 

She also co-chaired the session Cartography of the Datasphere with Frédérick Douzet.

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UGI 2022 – Communication from Ilan Scialom

UGI 2022 – Communication from Ilan Scialom

UGI 2022
22 August 2022

Communication

The Centennial Congress of the International Geographical Union (IGU) took place from July 18 to 22, 2022 in Paris.

During this event Ilan Scialom gave a communication : 

Session Chaired by Amael Cattaruzza and Finn Dammann “Political Geographies of Data” – I.Scialom  An intertwined practice of digital security in a troubled geopolitical region? The example of Israel and UAE.

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UGI 2022 – Communication from Louis Pétiniaud

UGI 2022 – Communication from Louis Pétiniaud

UGI 2022
22 August 2022

Communication

The Centennial Congress of the International Geographical Union (IGU) took place from July 18 to 22, 2022 in Paris.

During this event Louis Pétiniaud gave a communication : 

Session “Cartography of the Datasphere” – Mapping the geography of data, a spatio-temporal approach to the Central Asian Internet

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UGI 2022 – Communication from Hugo Estecahandy

UGI 2022 – Communication from Hugo Estecahandy

UGI
22 August 2022

Communication

The Centennial Congress of the International Geographical Union (IGU) took place from July 18 to 22, 2022 in Paris.

During this event Hugo Estecahandy gave a communication : 

Session “Cartography of the Datasphere” – H.Estecahandy “From a digital infrastructure to a geopolitical object: which geographies for Bitcoin?”

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“Russian forces usurp Ukrainian internet infrastructure in Donbas” Louis Pétiniaud Media intervention

“Russian forces usurp Ukrainian internet infrastructure in Donbas” Louis Pétiniaud Media intervention

Financial Times
9 May 2022

Intervention

Indeed “Russian forces have taken over internet infrastructure in Ukraine and rerouted traffic to Russia-controlled operators, making Ukrainians’ data vulnerable to interception and censorship by the Kremlin”.
Find the analysis of our researcher Louis Pétiniaud, specialist of the cyberspace and Ukrainian territories in this Financial Times article
 
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“How Russia took over the Internet in Crimea and Eastern Ukraine” Louis Pétiniaud & Kevin Limonier

“How Russia took over the Internet in Crimea and Eastern Ukraine” Louis Pétiniaud & Kevin Limonier

Data Center Dynamics
8 March 2022
How Russia took over the Internet in Crimea and Eastern Ukraine

What happened in 2014, and what happens when RuNet comes to Ukraine

Find the analyses of our researchers Kevin Limonier and Louis Pétiniaud, specialists of the cyberspace and the Russian and Ukrainian territories. 
 
Abstract :
“The whole post-Soviet world is probably the most complex topology on Earth,” University of Paris-8 associate professor Kevin Limonier told DCD. “This is because the network developed in kind of an anarchic way in the ‘90s, with no state authority, no planification of any kind. Even in the US, the planification was stronger than it was in Ukraine and in Russia.
 
 
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