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I am grateful to Maggie Gardner of Cornell Law School for guidance and support throughout the process of guest-editing this symposium and to the AJIL Unbound Editors for affording me an opportunity to be part of it.

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1 Anjana Ahuja, Lay Down Rules of Engagement for Cyber War Before It Is Too Late, Fin. Times (Oct. 22, 2018).

3 Id. at 585.

4 See generally Duncan Snidal, Rational Choice in International Relations, in Handbook of International Relations 85 (Thomas Walter Risse & Beth Simmons eds., 2012).

5 Efrony & Shany, supra note 2, at 648 (2018).

6 Id. at 650.

7 Id. at 652.

8 Id. at 647.

9 Id. at 648.

10 Id.

11 Id.

12 For examples of work calling this straight line into question, see Jacob Bercovitch & Allison Houston, Why Do They Do It Like This? An Analysis of the Factors Influencing Mediation Behavior in International Conflicts, 44 J. Conflict Res. 170 (2000); Christopher B. Kuner, Linguistic Equality in International Law: Miscommunication in the Gulf Crisis, 2 Ind. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 175 (1991).

14 Nicholas Tsagourias, The Slow Process of Normativizing Cyberspace, 113 AJIL Unbound 71 (2019).

17 Efrony & Shany, supra note 2, at 654.

18 Ido Kilovaty, The Elephant in the Room: Coercion, 113 AJIL Unbound 87 (2019).

I am grateful to Maggie Gardner of Cornell Law School for guidance and support throughout the process of guest-editing this symposium and to the AJIL Unbound Editors for affording me an opportunity to be part of it.

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