This article was published on October 28, 2015 in Forum of EthnoGeoPolitics and written together with Bas Wallage and Jeroen Slobbe.

The public debate on cyber weapons and how these should be curbed politically has not yet come up with a broadly shared consensus, partly because the Internet is seen as terra nullius — a no man’s land — and because of the attribution problem. In this article the authors will describe the need for international agreements concerning cyber weapons with a CBRN consequence.

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