“Who should be in charge of cyberspace? The European Union, member states and the constitution of structural power”, Moritz Weiss (RSCAS-EUI, Italy)

This paper seeks to explore the underlying power dynamics between supranational and national actors within the European Union. It argues that the persistent securitization of cyberspace has constituted structural power positions that privilege member states and grant them the responsibility of formulating policy responses to new challenges.

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