This course examines the foundations of cyber politics. It sheds light on the major frontline political theories that address modern technology. It, particularly, dwells on the theory of information technology and the transformational impact it has brought about on the political and the social makeup of the international system. The course highlights the role of the Internet, information warfare, i.e. the cyber warfare, and the put-in-place associated policies, such as cyber force, cyber deterrence, and other tools. Besides calling into question, the reciprocal inter-state influence of social media within the international system.
Specialist in international affairs and Internet policies. Nabeel is a Ph.D. candidate, majoring in Digital Sociology. His thesis discusses the impact of digital networks on protest campaigns within sectarian communities. Currently, he is a Senior Editor in the Opinion Section of TRT.