Expert Commentary

Responding to Russian Cyber-Provocations

Ethan S. Burger
Kviestinis Professorius, Fulbright Foundation Grantee, Vilnius University
Donald N. Jensen
Senior Fellow, Center for Transatlantic Relations, Johns Hopkins SAIS

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The Author is Ethan S. Burger

Ethan S. Burger is a Washington-based international lawyer and academic who specializes in cybersecurity, transnational financial crime, and Russian legal matters.  He has worked on projects for the Australian Federal Police and the U.S. Department of Justice. He is an Adjunct Professor at Washington College of Law, and currently teaching about cybersecurity at Vilnius University on a grant from the Fulbright Foundation.

The Coauthor is Donald N. Jensen

Donald N. Jensen is a Senior Fellow at the Center for Transatlantic Relations, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies and Adjunct Senior Fellow, Center for European Policy Analysis, where he editor of the CEPA Information Warfare Initiative.  A former US diplomat, Jensen provided technical support for the START, INF, and SDI negotiations and was a member of the first ten-man US inspection team to inspect Soviet missiles under the INF Treaty in1988.  He was a foreign policy... Read More

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