When is cyberretaliation legal?

Back in 2011, University of Virginia Law Professor Ashley Deeks wrote an article defining the circumnstances under which it is legal for a "victim state" to retaliate against a non-state actor — such as a terrorist cell — located in another country’s territory. (My colleague David Bosco discussed it here.) In Deeks’ view, such action is justified when the "territorial state" gives consent to the attack, or when the victim state believes the territorial state is "unwilling …

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