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The Hacker and the State

Cyber Attacks and the New Normal of Geopolitics

The book explores the escalating cyber conflict between nations, delving into how states use hacking to conduct espionage, sabotage, and influence campaigns. It examines real-world cases to illustrate the strategic use of cyber capabilities in international relations and the implications for global security and politics.

Key points:

1. Cybersecurity Dilemma: Buchanan explains that it's hard to tell if a country's cyber activities are defensive or offensive, leading to mistrust and an arms race in cyberspace.

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