IV. Cyber-International Relations

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1 Choucri, N., & Agarwal, G. (2022). Complexity of international law for cyber operations (Research Paper No. 2022-x). MIT Political Science Department.
2 Choucri, N. (2021). Framework for an artificial intelligence international accord. In N. A. Tuan (Ed.), Remaking the world: Toward an age of global enlightenment (pp.27–44). Boston Global Forum, United Nations Academic Impact.
3 Choucri, N., & Agarwal, G. (2021). Complexity of international law for cyber operations. Proceedings of the 2021 IEEE International Symposium on Technologies for Homeland Security (HST), 1–7.
4 Choucri, N., Fairman, L., & Agarwal, G. (2021). CyberIR@MIT: Knowledge for science, policy, practice (Working Paper No. 2021-1). MIT Political Science Department.
5 Huang, K., Madnick, S., Choucri, N., & Zhang, F. (2021) A systematic framework to understand transnational governance for cybersecurity risks from digital trade. Global Policy, 1–14.
6 Klemas, T., Lively, R., Atkins, S., & Choucri, N. (2021). Accelerating cyber acquisitions: Introducing a time-driven approach to manage risks with less delay. The ITEA Journal of Test and Evaluation, 42, 194-202.
7* Dukakis, M., Vīķe-Freiberga, V., Cerf, V., Choucri, N., Lagumdzija, Z., Nguyen, T. A., Patterson, T., Pentland, A., Rotenberg, M., & Silbersweig, D. (2020). Social contract for the AI age. AI World Society.
8 Huang, K., Madnick, S., & Choucri, N. (2020, 19 October). Building global digital supply chain hub by cybersecurity commitment: Singapore's strategic role in the digital age. Global Policy (GP) Opinion.
9 Choucri, N., & Agarwal, G. (2019). Securing the long-chain of cyber-physical global communication infrastructure. Proceedings of the 2019 IEEE International Symposium on Technologies for Homeland Security (HST), 1–7.
10 Choucri, N., & Agarwal, G, & Koutsoukos, X. (2018). Policy-governed secure collaboration: Toward analytics for cybersecurity of cyber-physical systems [Conference session]. SoS Lablet Kickoff and Quarterly Meeting, College Park, MD, March 13–14, 2018.
11* Dukakis, M., Choucri, N., Cytryn, A., Jones, A., Nguyen, T. A., Patterson, T., Reveron, D., & Silbersweig, D. (2018). The AIWS 7-layer model to build next generation democracy (BGF-G7 Summit 2018 Report). The Boston Global Forum.
12* Dukakis, M., Nguyen, T. A., Choucri, N., & Patterson, T. (2018). The concept of AI-government: Core concepts for the design of AI-government (Concept Paper). Michael Dukakis Institute for Leadership and Innovation.
13 Klemas, T., Lively, R. & Choucri, N. (2018). Cyber acquisition: Policy changes to drive innovation in response to accelerating threats in cyberspaceProceedings of the 2018 International Conference on Cyber Conflict (CYCON U.S.), 103–120.
14 Choucri, N. (2017, June 13). The New Normal.The Mark News.
15 Choucri, N., & Agarwal, G. (2017). Analytics for smart grid cybersecurity. Proceedings of the 2017 IEEE International Symposium on Technologies for Homeland Security (HST), 1–3.
16 Choucri, N., & Agarwal, G. (2017). The theory of lateral pressure: Highlights of quantification and empirical analysis. In W. R. Thompson (Ed.), The Oxford Encyclopedia of Empirical International Relations Theory. Oxford University Press.
17* Choucri, N., Madnick, S. E., & Koepke, P. (2017). Institutions for cyber security: International responses and data sharing initiatives (MIT CISL Working Paper No 6). MIT Sloan Management School.
18 Choucri, N. (2016). Emerging trends in cyberspace: Dimensions and dilemmas. In P. Williams, & D. Fiddner (Eds.), Cyberspace: Malevolent actors, criminal opportunities, and strategic competition (pp. 53–74). U.S. Army War College Press.
19 Choucri, N. (2016). Introduction. H-Diplo | ISSF Roundtable Reviews, XI(7), 2–3.
20 Choucri, N., & Agarwal, G. (2016). The theory of lateral pressure highlights of quantification & empirical analysis (ECIR Working Paper No. 2016-2). MIT Political Science Department.
21 Ramirez, R., & Choucri, N. (2016). Improving interdisciplinary communication with standardized cyber security terminology: A literature review. IEEE Access, 4, 2216–2243.
22 Choucri, N. (2015). Explorations in cyber international relations (Final Program Report ver. 1.2). MIT Political Science Department.
23 Choucri, N., & Jackson, C. (Eds.). (2015). Perspectives on cybersecurity: A collaborative study (ECIR Working Paper No. 2015-1). MIT Political Science Department.
24 Basuchoudhary, A., & Choucri, N. (2014). The evolution of network based cybersecurity norms: An analytical narrative. Proceedings of the 2014 IEEE 15th International Conference on Information Reuse and Integration (IEEE IRI 2014), 646–653.
25 Choucri, N. (2014). Cyberpolitics. In J. Krieger (Ed.), The Oxford companion to international relations (pp 267–271). Oxford University Press.
26 Choucri, N. (2014). Proceedings of the ECIR Workshop on "Cyber Security & the Governance Gap: Complexity, Contention, Cooperation," January 6–7, 2014, Cambridge, MA. MIT Political Science Department.
27 Choucri, N., Madnick, S., & Ferwerda, J. (2014). Institutions for cyber security: International responses and global imperatives. Information Technology for Development, 20(2), 96–121.
28 Choucri, N. (2013, October 13–15). Co-evolution of cyberspace and international relations: New challenges for the social sciences [Conference session]. World Social Science Forum (WSSF) 2013 Montreal, Canada.
29 Choucri, N. (2013). Cyberpolitics in international relations. précis, Spring 2013, 6–10, & 28.
30 Choucri, N., & Clark, D. D. (2013). Who controls cyberspace? Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 69(5), 21–31.
31 Micali, S., Choucri, N., Chen, J., & Williams, C. (2013). Resilient mechanism design foundations for governance of cyberspace: Exploration in theory, strategy, and policy (ECIR Working Paper No. 2013-2). MIT Political Science Department.
32 Vaishnav, C., Choucri, N., & Clark, D. D. (2013). Cyber international relations as an integrated system. Environment Systems & Decisions, 33(4), 561–576.
33 Choucri, N. (2012, April 20). The convergence of cyberspace and sustainability. e-International Relations.
34 Choucri, N. (2012). Proceedings of the ECIR Workshop on "Who Controls Cyberspace? A Puzzle for National Security and International Relations," November 6–7, 2012, Cambridge, MA. MIT Political Science Department.
35 Choucri, N., & Clark, D. D. (2012). Integrating cyberspace and international relations: The co-evolution dilemma (ECIR Working Paper No. 2012-3). MIT Political Science Department.
36 Choucri, N., & Goldsmith, D. (2012). Lost in cyberspace: Harnessing the Internet, international relations, and global security. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 68(2), 70–77.
37 Choucri, N., Elbait, G. D., Madnick, S. E. (2012). What is cybersecurity? Explorations in automated knowledge generation (ECIR Working Paper No. 2012-4). MIT Political Science Department.
38 Madnick, S., Camiña, S., Choucri, N., & Woon, W. L. (2012). Towards better understanding cybersecurity: Or are "cyberspace" and "cyber space" the same? Proceedings of the Workshop on Information Security & Privacy (WISP2012), 27.
39 Reardon, R., & Choucri, N. (2012). The role of cyberspace in international relations: A view of the literature. Proceedings of the 2012 ISA Annual Convention, San Diego, CA.
40 Sechrist, M., Vaishnav, C., Goldsmith, D., & Choucri, N. (2012). The dynamics of undersea cables: Emerging opportunities and pitfalls. In E. Husemann, & D. Lane (Eds.), Proceedings of the 30th International Conference of the System Dynamics Society. System Dynamics Society.
41 Sechrist, M., Vaishnav, C., Goldsmith, D., & Choucri, N. (2012, November 6–7). The dynamics of managing undersea cables: When solution becomes the problem [Poster session]. ECIR Workshop on "Who Controls Cyberspace," MIT, Cambridge, MA.
42 Vaishnav, C., Choucri, N., & Clark, D. D. (2012). Cyber international relations as an integrated system. Proceedings of the Third International Engineering Symposium (CESUN 2012), Delft University of Technology.
43 Camiña, S., Madnick, S., Choucri, N., & Woon, W. L. (2011). Exploring terms and taxonomies relating to the cyber international relations research field: Or are "cyberspace" and "cyber space" the same? (ECIR Working Paper No. 2011-3). MIT Political Science Department.
44 Choucri, N. (2011). Proceedings of the ECIR Workshop on "People, Power and CyberPolitics," December 7–8, 2011, Cambridge, MA. MIT Political Science Department.
45 Fisher, D., Madnick, S., Choucri, N., Li, X., & Ferwerda, J. (2011, December 7–8). Comparative analysis of cybersecurity metrics to develop new hypotheses [Poster session]. ECIR Workshop on "People, Power, and CyberPolitics," MIT, Cambridge, MA.
46 Madnick, S., Choucri, N., Li, X., & Ferwerda, J. (2011). Comparative analysis of cybersecurity metrics to develop new hypotheses. Proceedings of the Workshop on Information Security & Privacy (WISP2011) (Jointly hosted by AIS SIGSEC and IFIP TC11.1), Shanghai, China.
47 Choucri, N. (2010). Proceedings of the ECIR Workshop on "Cyber International Relations: Emergent Realities of Conflict and Cooperation," October 13–14, 2010, Cambridge, MA. MIT Political Science Department.
48 Anderson, E., Choucri, N., Goldsmith D., Madnick, S. E., Siegel, M., & Sturtevant, D. (2009). System dynamics modeling for pro-active intelligence (ECIR Working Paper No. 2009-4). MIT Political Science Department.
49 Madnick, S., Choucri, N., Camiña, S., Fogg, E., Li, X., & Wei, F. (2009). Explorations in cyber international relations (ECIR)—data dashboard report #1: CERT data sources and prototype dashboard system (ECIR Working Paper No. 2009-2). MIT Political Science Department.
50 Madnick, S., Xitong, L., & Choucri, N. (2009). Experiences and challenges with using CERT data to analyze international cyber security. Proceedings of the AIS SIGSEC Workshop on Information Security & Privacy (WISP 2009), Phoenix, Arizona.
51 Maugis, V., Choucri, N., Madnick, S., Siegel, M. D., Gillett, S. E., Haghseta, F., Zhu, H., & Best, M. L. (2005). Global e-readiness—for what? Readiness for e-banking. Information Technology for Development, 11(4), 313–342.
52 Choucri, N., Madnick, S. E., Siegel, M., & Wang, R. (2004). Improving National and Homeland Security through a proposed Laboratory for information Globalization and Harmonization Technologies (LIGHT) (Working Paper, 4488-04). MIT Sloan School of Management.
53 Choucri, N., Madnick, S., Moulton, A., Siegel, M., & Zhu, H. (2004). Information integration for counter terrorism activities: requirements for context mediation. Proceedings of the 2004 IEEE Aerospace Conference, 5, 3151–3161.
54 Choucri, N., Madnick, S., Siegel, M., & Wang, R. (2004). LIGHTS: Laboratory for information globalization and harmonization technologies and studies (Working Paper, 4443-03). MIT Sloan School of Management.
55 Siegel, M., Madnick, S., Choucri, N., Zhu, H., & Haghseta, F. (2001). Laboratory for information globalization and harmonization (Working Paper, 4350-01). MIT Sloan School of Management.
56 Choucri, N. (2000). Introduction: CyberPolitics in International Relations. International Political Science Review, 21(3), 243–263.
57 Choucri, N., McHugh and Millman (1998). Innovations in Cyberpartnering for Sustainability. Care Innovation '98: Proceedings of the Second International Symposium, Brokerage Event and Environmental Exhibition, Vienna, Austria
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