Valentin Weber | Student | Profiles
Valentin Weber

 Valentin Weber

Research topic:
Cyber Security and International Relations
Degree course:
DPhil
Email:
valentin.weber(at)cybersecurity.ox.ac.uk

Research Themes:
Cyber security International relations International security Violence security and conflict 

Academic Profile

Valentin Weber is a DPhil Candidate in Cyber Security at the Centre for Doctoral Training in Cyber Security and a Research Affiliate with the Centre for Technology and Global Affairs, University of Oxford. Valentin is interested in how the cyber domain is changing conflicts and state strategies. His current research focuses on the integration of cyber and grand strategy, as well as on the role of information controls in state strategies. He previously worked for the International Security Department at Chatham House.

 

Supervisor(s):

Dr Lucas Kello

Dr Joss Wright

Publications

Weber, Valentin. ”Linking Cyber Strategy with Grand Strategy: The Case of the United States.” Journal of Cyber Policy. 2018. (link)

Weber, Valentin. "States and Their Proxies in Cyber Operations." Lawfare. 15 May 2018. (link)

Lequesne, Christian and Valentin Weber. “L’influence du service européen pour l’action extérieure sur les ministères des affaires étrangères : une comparaison France-Autriche.” Revue française d'administration publique. (158/2) pp. 505-515. 2016. (link)

Conference Papers and Presentations

"The International Diffusion of Cyber Norms and Power: An Analysis of Information Controls." Paper presentation at Responsible Behaviour in Cyberspace: Novel Horizons Conference. 5-7 November 2018. The Hague.

"Examining US Grand Strategy in Cyberspace." Paper presentation at ISSS-ISAC Annual Conference. 13-14 October 2017. Washington, D.C.

 

Expert Commentary:

"The Rise of China's Security-Industrial Complex." Net Politics - Council on Foreign Relations. 17 July 2018. (link)

"Why China's Internet Censorship Model Will Prevail Over Russia's." Net Politics - Council on Foreign Relations. 12 December 2017. (link)

 

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