This paper explores three such attempts and discusses the interplay between the Schmitt Analysis, Tallinn Manual and US cyber policy. It attempts to answer whether the Schmitt Analysis remains current and relevant, whether the Tallinn Manual offers anything substantive or new and whether US cyber policy is moving in the right direction. The next section briefly introduces the Schmitt Analysis, the Tallinn Manual and U.S. cyber policy. The subsequent section delves into a more detailed and nuanced discussion of each. The last compares and contrasts all three.