With the end of the Cold War, new techniques and approaches have emerged in the international system in the fight against global terrorism. In order to maintain international peace and security, conventional methods and tools like the military forces have become insufficient to combat terrorism and new threats like cyber crimes.


As a consequence of globalization, both the states and the international organizations have become much more interconnected and threats today have eroded territorial borders. Thus, cyberpolitics and cybersecurity have become decisive factors in shaping the policies of the states.


States need to cooperate with international organizations in the fields of cybersecurity to keep away from cyber crimes.


Last week, an international conference related with cybersecurity was held in Istanbul with the hosting of Medeniyet University. Experts discussed different topics in the field. The four-day conference, organized by the Cyberpolitik Journal, has hosted various experts and academics from different countries to discuss the latest trends.

I became a part of the conference with a proceeding entitled “The Ambivalent Attitude of Serbia in Cyberpolitics”


In the upcoming months, the proceeding publication will be available for the scholars who work on this issue.

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