FOREIGN AFFAIRS ROUNDTABLE (1/27/22)
Thursday, January 27th
America’s Cyber-Reckoning is a 9-page article by Sue Gordon and Eric Rosenbach. Sue Godron is a Senior Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. Eric Rosenbach is Co-Director of the Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs.
The Case for Cyber-Realism is an article by Dmitri Alperovitch. Alperovitch is Co-Founder and Chair of Silverado Policy Acclerator and Co-Founder and former Chief Technology Officer of the cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike.
Articles are chosen to provide significant background about a current international relations issue affecting American foreign policy. John Beghtol, former history teacher-of-the-year and member of the Academy of Political Science, serves as moderator. To ensure that everyone has time to contribute to the discussion, group size is limited to 10 people. Register for this free session by calling the front desk, and you will receive a free copy of the article.
The library can accommodate in-person attendance for up to 6 people in the Meeting Room, AND will also host this event via Zoom for those who prefer to attend remotely. Please note that the Meeting Room has its own separate air handler, and we have installed an Austin Air purifier in the room.
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