Julien Nocetti

France

Research Fellow at the Paris-based think tank French Institute of International Relations (IFRI). He focuses his research on ‘web politics’ in Russia, on interactions between Internet governance and international politics, and is a specialist in Russia-Middle East relations.

Materials

Valdai Paper #68: A Cyber Revolt in the Making
22.06.2017
Regular news reports on cyberattacks, information leaks, hacking and their political consequences have been dominating the headlines. Cyberspace turned out to be an efficient means to bring people
The Complex Geopolitics of Internet Governance
02.04.2014
Russia, which has sought for over a decade to blur the lines between Internet governance and cyber security and to establish an exclusive bilateral dialogue with the U.S. on Internet-related issues,

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Geneva II: The International Community's Last Stand?
28.01.2014
Without oversimplifying the situation, the Geneva II process is good news for al-Assad. The make-up of the Syrian official delegation sent to Montreux is telling, and confirms that nearly three years

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Russia’s Controversial Anti-Piracy Law
01.08.2013
From August 1 the Russian anti-piracy law will allow copyright holders to file lawsuits against sites facilitating copyright infringement. Site owners will be required to remove content and links to

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The Russian Internet Economy
20.02.2013
While in 2011 the Internet economy accounted for just 1% of Russia’s GDP, it was expected to grow at a rate of about 30% in 2012. Russian IT companies are going global. Some Russian national
What Lies Behind Russia’s New Laws
25.07.2012
What ultimately lies behind the Duma’s new laws is a mixture of nervousness about a political environment that is wholly unfamiliar. The most important of this series of laws is the one on the

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