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 === The need for new international law === === The need for new international law ===
  
-Since introducing its first resolution on the subject of ICTs, Russian ​been advocating to codify applicable norms and principles to govern uses of ICTs through a binding a universal agreement on international information security. It has made multiple proposals in this regard, both in the UN context and unilaterally within Central Asia, and with China.  ​+Since introducing its first resolution on the subject of ICTs, Russia ​been advocating to codify applicable norms and principles to govern uses of ICTs through a binding a universal agreement on international information security. It has made multiple proposals in this regard, both in the UN context and unilaterally within Central Asia, and with China.  ​
  
 Other states, largely Western ones, have not been supportive of the call for a cyber space treaty. Some have argued that to do so would be premature, or that existing international law is sufficient. Some states have also highlighted that given the divergent views on key aspects of the international cyber security issue, as well as around basic definitions and terminology,​ it would not be feasible to come to an agreement that would have enough substance to be effective.((Additional details can be found in Ido Kilovaty and Itamar Mann, [[https://​www.justsecurity.org/​32268/​cyber-security-treaty|“Towards a Cyber-Security Treaty”]],​ 3 August 2016.)) Other states, largely Western ones, have not been supportive of the call for a cyber space treaty. Some have argued that to do so would be premature, or that existing international law is sufficient. Some states have also highlighted that given the divergent views on key aspects of the international cyber security issue, as well as around basic definitions and terminology,​ it would not be feasible to come to an agreement that would have enough substance to be effective.((Additional details can be found in Ido Kilovaty and Itamar Mann, [[https://​www.justsecurity.org/​32268/​cyber-security-treaty|“Towards a Cyber-Security Treaty”]],​ 3 August 2016.))
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