Global Issue: Cybersecurity As our world becomes more digitally-based, the risk of cyber-attacks and digital crime is an increasing concern for many. There is a ton of information and articles out there that the topic may seem overwhelming. So, what are some of the facts and myths surrounding cyber security? We found some articles that… Continue reading What in the World Wednesday: Cyber Security
Every year, WACCT awards a Connecticut-based individual or organization who has made a global impact; past awards have included Save the Children, AmeriCares and former Secretary of State Dr. Henry Kissinger. This year WACCT honored Peter G. Kelly for his work towards democracy globally.
The panelists touched on the development of extremist groups ISIS and Boko Haram as well as Western attention and responses to their rise.
On Wednesday February 26, The World Affairs Council hosted a Global Conversation Series event “Understanding Muslim Societies.” “Understanding Muslim Societies” included a short lecture by Yale Professor Dr. Ellen Lust, and Q&A moderated by Dr. Heidi Hadsell, President of Hartford Seminary. Speakers Dr. Ellen Lust is an Associate Professor in the Political Science Department at… Continue reading Understanding Muslim Societies
The political and social unrest in Ukraine has been in news headlines since late November 2013. The situation has rapidly deteriorated, culminating in the death of an estimated 80 people. The entire world has watched a country tear itself apart. The media continuously publishes images of a capital city burning to the ground. After interviewing… Continue reading Upheaval in Ukraine