The international community needs to act fast to develop legal and political frameworks that can mitigate their deleterious effects.
- Dr Ashok Sharma
- Australian Institute of International Affairs
Asymmetric warfare used by both nation states and non-state actors to harm their adversaries and to achieve their objectives has been a major focus for defence planners since 9-11.
Terrorism continues to be a global security challenge, but a new asymmetric security challenges in the form of cyber attacks has emerged over the past decades.
These attacks are carried out by individuals, organisations and…