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Alexandra Kulikova

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Alexandra Kulikova is the Global Stakeholder Engagement Manager for Eastern Europe and Central Asia at ICANN, also acting as a PIR Center consultant on global Internet governance and international information security. Alexandra's research interests include national and global internet governance, privacy and data protection online, state and corporate policies on ICT security, international cyber strategies and policies. Previously Alexandra participated in the LSE Media Policy Project research group at the London School of Economics and Political Science as a research assistant (2012-2014). She holds an MSc degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science in Media and Communication Governance and a graduate degree from Moscow State Linguistic University in the theory and practice of intercultural communication and teaching foreign languages and cultures. In 2006 she did an internship at the Language Policy Division at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg, France.

28.08.2015

Can a new UN cyber agreement be a win-win for Russia, US?

Can a new UN cyber agreement be a win-win for Russia, US?

The UN experts recently agreed to suggest stricter rules of responsible state behavior in cyberspace and the use of information and communications technologies. Both Russia and the U.S. applaud the move, but for different reasons

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21.05.2015

China-Russia cyber-security pact: Should the US be concerned?

China-Russia cyber-security pact: Should the US be concerned?

The Russia-China deal on cyber-security could send a warning signal to the U.S., which might view the deal as a growing threat to its economic and security interests in cyberspace

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27.02.2015

Kaspersky Lab reveals inconvenient truth about cyber arms race

Kaspersky Lab reveals inconvenient truth about cyber arms race

The exposure by a Moscow cyber security company of widespread U.S. cyber espionage takes the debate about cyber warfare to a new level. Especially given the fact that the U.S. intelligence warns that Russia poses a cyber threat to the U.S.

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28.01.2015

Is a cyber arms race between the US and Russia possible?

Is a cyber arms race between the US and Russia possible?

If the U.S. is already planning for a major war in cyberspace, as Edward Snowden suggests, the world should be bracing for the dangerous weaponization of cyberspace and even greater distrust between the U.S. and Russia in the cyber domain

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24.12.2014

Top 8 major trends on the Russian Internet in 2014

Top 8 major trends on the Russian Internet in 2014

Here are the major trends that impacted the Russian Internet and social media in 2014 and will continue to influence the development of the online world in 2015

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