The Need for Multilateral Diplomacy in Cyberspace

2021-06-07T11:12:08-05:00

Warfare and national security issues used to be solely based on physical proximity; however, those days are over. As technology becomes more advanced and the world more reliant on technology, individuals now more than ever are vulnerable to attacks taking place outside of the physical realm. Now, national security transcends the physical, tangible world and includes cyberspace, an ever-changing, non-tangible environment. Nicknamed the final frontier, cyberspace is unlike any other form of terrain. Cyberspace is not as exclusive as physical battlefields (air, naval, ground, and space), resulting in more 'players' in the cyber arena. As such, cyberspace offers nations and [...]

The Need for Multilateral Diplomacy in Cyberspace2021-06-07T11:12:08-05:00

A Peek Behind the Washington Curtain

2021-06-07T13:03:11-05:00

I went to Washington from the heart of the Midwest from Kansas City, where I've named my car Dorothy and where, as you know, we don't really have swamps, real or fabled. I, like many other student interns, had no idea what to expect last summer. I researched and I prepared, but when I arrived on the doorstep of Washington I really only knew just how badly I wanted to excel. I was set to intern at the Association of Diplomatic Studies & Training (ADST), a nonprofit which records the oral histories of diplomats and their family members, facilitates the [...]

A Peek Behind the Washington Curtain2021-06-07T13:03:11-05:00
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