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Cyber Warfare and the Crime of Aggression: The Need for Individual Accountability on Tomorrow’s Battlefield

@article{Ophardt2010CyberWA,
  title={Cyber Warfare and the Crime of Aggression: The Need for Individual Accountability on Tomorrow’s Battlefield},
  author={Jonathan A. Ophardt},
  journal={Duke law and technology review},
  year={2010},
  volume={9},
  pages={1-28}
}
As cyberspace matures, the international system faces a new challenge in confronting the use of force. Non-State actors continue to grow in importance, gaining the skill and the expertise necessary to wage asymmetric warfare using non-traditional weaponry that can create devastating real-world consequences. The international legal system must adapt to this battleground and provide workable mechanisms to hold aggressive actors accountable for their actions. The International Criminal Court—the… Expand
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