Cyberspace has gradually become a sphere of rivalry between superpowers besides land, air, sea, and space. Currently, there is yet to be a uniform international law for the governance of cyberspace. This article examines the competition for global hegemony in cyberspace, accentuated by three factors: political, economic, and military. It also studies cyberspace’s contention and its effects on regional organisations and states, particularly ASEAN and Cambodia.
Read in full the Asian Vision Institute’s AVI Policy Brief on “Geopolitics of Cyber Governance in the World, ASEAN, and Cambodia“.