75th Anniversary of the UN Charter Tomorrow – How Have The Rules of International Cooperation Been Changed by the Cyber Space

Tomorrow (26th June) is the 75th anniversary of the signing of the UN Charter, designed to increase international cooperation and peace. However, 75 years on, the rules of engagement have been challenged by the fact that military operations are no longer confined to land, air, and sea.


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David Grout, CTO of EMEA,  FireEye
June 26, 2020
The way wars are fought has changed fundamentally in recent decades.
On June 26, 1945, the UN Charter was signed by 50 states. The increased international cooperation established by this charter was intended to ensure lasting peace. Even today - 75 years later - our world order cannot be imagined without the principles of the charter, which defines peaceful intergovernmental cooperation and is regarded as the foundation for maintaining international security. But ....
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