This white paper draws on Professor Will Foster's 19 years of experience studying US-China cyber-relations and is a post-modern attempt to bring new perspectives to the very limited analysis found in press coverage on "Chinese hacking of America." Professor Foster combines glosses on these stories, provides some lessons he has learned from studying US-China Cyber-Relations, and provides a number of potential scenarios all with the goal of increasing communication and understanding between two very powerful and once distant civilizations that are now inter-connected at the speed of light. About the Author: Professor Foster has been at the intersection of government, industry, and academia for 30 years. He earned his PhD from University of Arizona in Management Information Systems and East Asian Studies. His dissertation on the Diffusion of the Internet in China was published by CISAC at Stanford in 2001. He has authored over 50 articles on US-China cyber-relations. Between 1995-2001, he was the International Policy Editor for the CIX—the world’s first Internet Service Provider Trade Association. Professor Foster started his career designing organizational networks for the US Congress, the White House and over 20 Federal Agencies as well as global companies like GE.
- Paperback: 26 pages
- Publisher: Waterfront Digital Press (July 23, 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1943625050
- ISBN-13: 978-1943625055
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.1 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces