Kristi Raidma

Kristi Raidma is currently working as a development consultant in Armenia. She has a Bachelor's degree in Peace, Conflict and Security and a Masters degree in Security Studies from Aberystwyth University (Wales, UK).

Tallinn Manual 2.0 – the invaluable guide for state action in cyber space

Following the principle set in the first version, Tallinn Manual 2.0 – a document that provides guidance on how the existing international law could be adapted to cyber operations in the most appropriate way – reiterates that cyber activity should not be perceived as happening in a legal vacuum. Estonia …

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Lindad – how Estonian girls learned to play rugby in Wales

Estonians can do anything if they put their heart and mind to it. Thirteen Estonian girls who learned to play rugby in three months and participated in the Rugby 7s tournament held in Wales are a living example. Aberystwyth is a small university town situated on the coastline of Wales. …

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Estonian NGO contributes to the future of young Syrian refugees

Syria has been dominating the headlines of international media channels for quite some time now. It seems the conflict that has been going on for two years has little left to astonish us with. Nonetheless, amid the political debates and discussions on the appropriate international response to the civil war …

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Tallinn Manual – the international law in cyberspace

In 2007, Estonia faced cyber-attacks that have been widely acknowledged as the world’s first cyber war. At the peak of these attacks, fifty-eight Estonian websites were offline at once, including those of the government, most newspapers and banks. Even though the attacks were technically rather robust and there was nothing …

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