Underwater Fiberoptic Cables: A Customary International Law Approach to Solving the Gaps in the International Legal Framework

The Protection of Undersea Cables: A Global Security Threat

Targeting Submarine Cables: New Approaches to the Law of Armed Conflict in Modern Warfare

Sensors to increase the security of underwater communication cables: a review of underwater monitoring sensors

The Infrastructures of the Global Data Economy: Undersea Cables and International Law

Invisible and Vital: Undersea Cables and Transatlantic Security

Beyond Triple Invisibility: Do Submarine Data Cables Require Better Security?

Claims in Disputed Maritime Areas: Resolving International Disputes Arising from Activities Relating to Submarine Cables in Disputed Maritime Areas

Submarine Cables and Container Shipments: Two Immediate Risks to the US Economy if China Invades Taiwan

Submarine Telephone Cables and International Telecommunications

Securitization of Physical Cyberspace Infrastructure as a Nexus in U.S.-Russia Relations: The Case of Submarine Communications Cables

Repairing Submarine Cables Is a Wartime Necessity

Burnett, D. R., Beckman, R., and Davenport, T. M. (Eds.). (24 Oct. 2013). Submarine Cables. Brill. doi: https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004260337

Cyber defense across the ocean floor: The geopolitics of submarine cable security

Ireland’s Defence Deficit