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In the modern digital age, cyberspace has become an integral part of our daily lives, shaping how we communicate, conduct business, and interact with the world. However, as cyberspace transcends physical borders, it poses unique challenges to traditional legal = frameworks. Understanding cyberspace as a ‘global common’ and the applicability of international law within this realm is crucial for ensuring security, stability, and cooperation in the digital domain.


The roundtable aims to explore the concept of cyberspace as a global common and assess the applicability of international law in regulating activities within this domain. It seeks to create a deeper understanding of the challenges and opportunities presented by cyberspace and facilitate discussions on the development of effective legal frameworks to address them. Subject experts will discuss the following relevant issues:

  1. Cyberspace as a Global Common

2. International Law and Global Commons

3. National Cyber Security, Cyber Threats and Response Mechanisms

4. Future Directions and Possibilities

By examining cyberspace as a global common and the applicability of international law, the roundtable aims to encourage dialogue on effective strategies for governing cyberspace such as international cooperation and collaboration; and promoting a secure, open, and inclusive digital environment.

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