Podcast: “Cyberwarfare, U.S./Russia Relations, and Ukraine”
Yesterday I was privileged to be part of the Lawyer 2 Lawyer podcast on the Legal Talk Network where we addressed “Cyberwarfare, U.S./Russia Relations, and Ukraine“ (and, actually, a few more issues!). I was pleased to join my friend, Professor Claire Finkelstein, the founder of Penn Law’s Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law (CERL), along with podcast host (and speaker and author), attorney Craig Williams.
Here’s some of Lawyer 2 Lawyer’s Episode’s Notes introducing the podcast:
Tensions between the United States and Russia are nothing new, but have recently intensified as a result of findings of Russian interference in US elections, the high profile SolarWinds cyberattack, and the Biden administrations implementation of a new round of sanctions. With no indications of relief on the horizon, what should we expect in the future? Will a cyber attack against the U.S be next? Should we be on high alert? Are we already? Or could we see a resolution of some sort between the two leaders?
There is all that an more on the podcast found here.
BTW, Claire asked me to mention that CERL is sponsoring what looks to be a really interesting conference on April 21st entitled “Rethinking U.S. and International Nuclear Policies: Are Current Practices Including Threats of Nuclear Strikes Legal and Morally Justified?” More information and registration is found here.
As someone who served several assignments in nuclear commands and has written about various aspects of the issue (see here, here and here) I plan to tune in!
In the meantime, take a listen to “Cyberwarfare, US/Russia Relations, and Ukraine.”
Still, remember what we like to say on Lawfire®: gather the facts, examine the law, evaluate the arguments – and then decide for yourself!