Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

For A Project To Survey Interest In Developing Norms For Cyber Warfare

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A grant to the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace would expand and extend its project to explore the desirability and feasibility of developing international norms to limit the use of offensive cyber weapons. If funded, the Endowment would build upon its first round of promising interviews and research (conducted with funding by the Hewlett Foundation) to identify possible types of restraints that could be meaningful and acceptable to leading states, as well as a framework for adoption of such principles through unilateral, bilateral, or multilateral policy instruments.
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for the Cyber Policy Initiative  
A grant to the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace for its Cyber Policy Initiative will help it become the leading source of innovative and outcome-minded analysis for big international security challenges in cyberspace. Its focus on addressing international cyber policy challenges, as cyberspace continues to be increasingly central to international security and diplomacy, will promote global stability in this domain. This grant will support the recruitment of necessary human resources for the initiative and, given its new office in Silicon Valley, allow for a concerted approach to engaging different communities there. Its cyber work will also become widely accessible through a global public event series, a new podcast, a set of explainer videos and blog posts, and more short-form articles.

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