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Russia's Cyber Strategy: Key Trends and Changes after the Crimean Crisis

Oleg Demidov

On November 26-28, 2014, Geneva Center for Security Policy  (GCSP) held the 17-th Strategic Analysis and Planning Seminar (SPAS) "Russia after Ukraine/Crimea: Last afterglow of the Cold War Era or Raise of the Big Player/Actor in the New Bipolar World?”. The leading Russian and international experts took part in the seminar and highlighted various issues related to the recent transformations of the Russian foreign policy."

Oleg Demidov, Director of the PIR Center Program "International Information Security and Global Internet Governance" took part in the SPAS seminar and made a report on "Russia's Cyber Strategy: Key Trends and Changes after the Crimean Crisis".

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GCSP, November 27

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