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Title: The title Manifestations of Cybersecurity in the American Foreign Policy -Biden’s Administration
Authors: SAIDANE, Younes
Keywords: Cyberspace, Soft Power, United States of America. Foreign Policy, International Relations, National security
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: University of Martyr Sheikh Arab Tbesi Tebessa
Citation: University of Martyr Sheikh Arab Tbesi Tebessa
Abstract: The United States, in its quest for world supremacy, went through military challenges as part of its foreign policy. Thus, in many worldwide conflicts, the US had a hand in them as the objective was to protect its national security. This explains why all sorts of interventions were military. With the introduction of the internet, the world has become digitally interconnected. Therefore, physical world relations have their equivalent in cyberspace with a certain complexity where geographical borders are replaced with virtual ones and can be easily crossed. Thus, the US officials sought the need to use the cyberspace as an extension to their foreign policy as part of what is known as the soft power. They argued that the cyberspace is absorbing the world ‘s culture. Consequently, the US political weight should be thoroughly exercised as many rivalling powers continue to threaten the US national security. For the US, cyberspace security is never a safe channel; thus, securing this digital gate means maintaining world supremacy
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