The conduct of Cyber Statecraft is at the nexus of technology and geopolitics. As states assimilate technology into new domains of conventional warfare, they fuse changes in technology design to strategic choices and operational outcomes. Cyber capabilities are an increasingly common feature on modern battlefields and shape the conduct of statecraft. The development of these capabilities must now factor into debates about doctrine, force structure, and innovation. The Cyber Statecraft Initiative looks at the broad policy landscape around cyber capabilities including the secure acquisition and operation of software intensive defense systems, modern security assistance, the proliferation of cyber capabilities, and network exploitation on the boundaries of electronic warfare.