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Jackson School students publish Forbes article on cyber warfare and the Russia & North Korea connection

December 1, 2017

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In their article “Russia Is Now Providing North Korea With Internet: What That Could Mean For Cyber Warfare“, Matthew Newton and Donghui Park, both Jackson School graduate students and Jackson School International Policy Institute Cybersecurity Initiative Fellows, examine how Russia is positioning itself amid the diplomatic fallout between China and North Korea, and the dangers that may lie ahead for cyberattacks.

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This event and publication were made possible in part by a grant from Carnegie Corporation of New York. The statements made and views expressed are solely the responsibility of the author.