The Call for Student Papers on “Internet Governance as an Arena of International Politics” for the student journal Key Issues, which I put together and disseminated with my colleagues Nicole Opiela and Jens Tiemann in April 2019, yielded submissions from all over the world.
Given the wide range of topics, from repressive national Internet governance in Tanzania to the strategic analysis of Chinese, US-American and EU approaches to Artificial Intelligence, we had to enlist reviewers beyond ÖFIT. Nonetheless, we found several reviewers per submission, who approved three contributions for publication.
As guest editors, me and my colleagues produced a short editorial to the special issue, tracing the debates of Internet governance over the past decades and why fresh perspectives beyond the traditional multi-stakeholder approach are timely.
You can read the full issue here: