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Cyberspace—the newest domain of conflict—is among the most prominent forums of conflict in the twenty-first century. Increasingly nation-states utilize cyber and information capability in pursuit of foreign policy and national security objectives. This report focuses on two nation-states that are leading the charge in this respect: China and Russia.
While Russia seeks to destabilize the global system for its own advantage, China’s goal is to maintain the current system and replace the United States as the global hegemon. To that end, China and Russia are pursuing robust cyber capabilities to advance their respective geopolitical, economic, and security interests. Moreover, Chinese and Russian state-run enterprises use tools ranging from cyber espionage to weaponizing information in an effort to undermine the efficacy of democracy and, in general, western interests around the world.
Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration
Fonseca, Brian; Morgus, Robert; Green, Kiran; and Crowther, Alexander, "Are China and Russia on the Cyber Offensive in Latin America and the Caribbean?" (2019). Jack Gordon Institute Research Publications. 31.
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