Dr Marco Roscini publishes new book on cyberspace law
6 May 2014
Dr Marco Roscini, Reader in International Law and Course Leader of the LLM International Law at the University of Westminster and visiting Fellow at King’s College, has recently published his latest effort with Oxford University Press. His book, entitled Cyber Operations and the Use of Force in International Law, explores the ways in which the law regulates cyberspace and raises important questions regarding the existing rules on the use of force in international law in relation to relatively new phenomena such as cyber attacks.
Extremely well received, this study by Dr Roscini is a “convincing examination of relevant rules of the jus ad bellum, the jus in bello and the law of neutrality will facilitate implementation of the law in a particularly complex environment and may also help to inform peacetime cooperation on cyber security for which sustainable efforts and effective new regulation are urgently required”, says Dieter Fleck, Former Director International Agreements & Policy, German Ministry of Defence.
Dr. Roscini, who is also a keen blogger for the Huffington Post and Arms Control Law, cultivates broader research interests in the area of international Comparative Law, law, Non-Proliferation Law, Criminal Justice, Welfare and Humanitarian Law and his periodical articles are published in several international peer-review journals internationally.
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