No, really, people: why didn't anyone propose this before? After all what could be more natural?
Except that for a load of well-meaning crapola you shouldn't look farther than this:
It's time to stop the madness. Yes, our military needs to invest in cyberwar capabilities, but we also need international rules of cyberwar, more transparency from our own government on what we are and are not doing, international cooperation between governments and viable cyberweapons treaties. Yes, these are difficult. Yes, it's a long slow process. Yes, there won't be international consensus, certainly not in the beginning. But even with all of those problems, it's a better path to go down than the one we're on now.Yeah, how couldn't you all see it coming: CIA, FSB, Mossad, MI6 (or is it MI5 again?) and all these other spooks of the world sitting down and hammering out the terms of the future cyberpeace.
I would even dare to call for a new fraternity:
Oh well, no sweat here. Gonna read now Helen Keller’s Letter to Nazi Germany.