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Modelling Hegemonic Power Transition in Cyberspace

Brizhinev, Dmitry; Ryan, Nathan; Bradbury, Roger


Cyberspace is the newest domain of conflict and cooperation between states. In cyberspace, as in all other domains, land, sea, air, and space, these interactions often lead to the emergence of hegemons which are characterised by their predominant influence over global world order and all other states. We examined the emergence and collapse of hegemons in a modelled cyberspace world through the notions of power transition and power diffusion. We used Repast Simphony to construct a simple...[Show more]

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Date published: 2018
Type: Journal article
Source: Complexity
DOI: 10.1155/2018/9306128
Access Rights: Open Access


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