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The Hacked World Order

How Nations Fight, Trade, Maneuver, and Manipulate in the Digital Age

The book explores the impact of cyberspace on international relations, detailing how states use digital means to achieve strategic goals, including espionage, information warfare, and the pursuit of geopolitical influence. It examines the challenges of cybersecurity, the balance between privacy and national security, and the evolving norms and policies shaping state behavior in the digital domain.

Key points:

1. Cyber Sovereignty: Segal talks about how some countries, like China and Russia, want to control the internet within their borders, including monitoring and censoring what people do online.

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