Opinion

  • Soldier placing American flag at the base of each stone in Arlington National Cemetery.

    Picks of the Week: Memorial Day

    General John Kelly’s Speech About Two Marines In The Path Of A Truck Bomb | Business Insider Those Left Behind: The Legacy of Arlington’s Section 60 | Reuters Honor the Fallen | Military Times As I write this, the sun is rising on the green woods behind my home.  My dog is lying on a chair next to me, snoring.  I’m well fed and I have enough to drink.  I … Read More

  • Pencil erasing the words "the past" from a white page.

    Picks of the Week: ‘Right to Be Forgotten’ Continues to Divide the World

    Google Takes Right to Be Forgotten Battle to France’s Highest Court | The Guardian Google Appeals French ‘Right to be Forgotten’ Order | The Wall Street Journal Ne Privons Pas Les Internautes Français d’Informations Légales | Le Monde The Internet has a long memory. But what if the pictures, data, and personal information that can be found about you online appear unfair, one-sided, or just plain wrong? The so-called “right to be forgotten” has sparked one … Read More

  • Image of the front of the White House at nighttime with an American flag flying proudly upon the rooftop.

    Picks of the Week: The Republic Needs Honest Debate, Not Narratives

    The Aspiring Novelist Who Became Obama’s Foreign-Policy Guru | New York Times 10 Problems with that New York Times Magazine Profile of White House Aide Ben Rhodes | New York Magazine How We Advocated for the Iran Deal | Medium   Last weekend, the New York Times Magazine published an article about White House Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes.  Part hagiography, part hatchet-job, the article by David Samuels has … Read More

  • Image of the Statue of Liberty at sunset superimposed over a waving American flag.

    Picks of the Week: Trump’s Worldview

    The Kremlin’s Candidate: In the 2016 Election, Putin’s propaganda network is picking sides | Politico Transcript: Donald Trump’s foreign policy speech | New York Times Trump’s ‘America First’ has ugly echoes from U.S. history | CNN Donald Trump, the businessman turned Republican presidential candidate, gave his first foreign policy speech of the campaign this week, invoking the long-discredited language of “America First,” and suggesting that as president he would reconsider … Read More

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    Picks of the Week: What the Panama Paper Breach Means for Your Organization Cybersecurity

    Cybersecurity Lessons Learned From ‘Panama Papers’ Breach | Forbes What the Panama Paper Hack Means for Worldwide Cybersecurity | Massive Media The Panama Papers Wake Up Call | Security Week In the wake of the revelations from the so-called “Panama Papers,” the world of the rich and powerful has been reeling. A single cyber attack against Mossack Fonseca—a Panamanian law firm that was virtually unknown to the public—has sent a tsunami around the … Read More

  • A visual representation of the term intersectionality with a wooden sign placed at a crossroads pointing the way towards racism, sexism, ableism, xenophobia and classism.

    Intersectionality and the Presidential Race

    Intersectionality is a term which has existed for roughly 35 years, however, most people in the United States have not engaged with the concept outside of a classroom until recent memory. The term resurfaced recently as a reaction to the Flint Water Crisis and through its engagement in debate by the presidential campaigns of Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. As a result, public discourse questioning the legitimacy of intersectional politics … Read More

  • Photo of Russian president Vladimir Putin at a speaking engagement.

    Picks of the Week: Panama Papers

      The Panama Papers | The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists What are the Panama Papers? A guide to history’s biggest data leak | The Guardian Revealed: the $2bn offshore trail that leads to Vladimir Putin | The Guardian   Summary: The Panama Papers is a collection of 11.5 million files (2.6 terabytes of data) that was leaked from Mossack Fonseca, the fourth largest offshore law firm in the world, based in Panama. … Read More

  • Juxtaposing images of President Barack Obama and Republican candidate for the presidency Donald Trump pointing into the crowd at speaking engagements.

    Picks of the Week: Obama & Trump

    Just how much do these men have in common?

  • Latin America and Carribean Cyber 2

    Picks of the Week: No Country in the Americas is Cyber Ready

      IDB and OAS urge Latin America and the Caribbean to strengthen cybersecurity | Inter-American Development Bank Much of Latin America is Unprepared for Cyber Attacks – Report | Latin Post Cybersecurity Report 2016: Are We Ready in Latin America and the Caribbean? | CSIS A new report published this week by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the Organization of American States (OAS) called on countries in Latin America and the Caribbean … Read More

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    Picks of the Week: The White House’s New Cybersecurity Action Plan & Budget

      Cybersecurity National Action Plan | The White House, The Real Reason to Like the President’s Cybersecurity Plan | Net Politics Opinion: $19 billion alone won’t fix Washington’s cybersecurity problem | Passcode President Barack Obama recently announced the Cybersecurity National Action Plan (CNAP), which would allocate $19 billion for cybersecurity initiatives at federal agencies and would establish a chief information security officer (CISO) for the federal government. The plan, although … Read More

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