VOSSE, Wilhelm M.
Division of Arts and Sciences, College of Liberal Arts, International Christian University
|Presentation Theme||A conceptional broadening of security order in the Indo-Paciﬁc: The role of EU-Japan cooperation in IT and cybersecurity|
|Conference||International Studies Association Annual Meeting 2021|
|Promoters||International Studies Association|
|Presentation Type||Panelist at Symposium/Workshop (Applied)|
|Details||This paper argues that the focus of the still nascent Indo-Paciﬁc “security order” should be extended from traditional, predominantly maritime, security concerns to include information and digital security. This reﬂects the growing awareness that the European and Asian, but also the Indo-Paciﬁc security order is potentially undermined by information technology and an AI duopoly, and attempts to broaden the concept “security order” to “cyber security order” to defend and extend the liberal order through cooperation with Indian and Asian partners through investment, technology exchange, and capacity building.|