Daily Archives: May 21, 2017

Peace In Colombia Is More Than A Signed Agreement: With Financial Support, It Offers The Opportunity To Address Underlying Inequalities

Many Colombians have never lived a day of peace. The internal armed conflict between the guerrilla group, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), the government and paramilitaries was driven by inequality, drug-trafficking, and territory control lasting over fifty years. Every generation was affected. More than 220,000 people died and […]

Anyone Can Be A Hero: The Effects Of Digital Vigilante Justice On World Peace

Recently there have been significant malware attacks occurring globally. While these attacks are nuisances and appear to be against the law, these cyber hackers attempted to justify their actions by claiming the attack was primarily against devices that do not meet cyber security standards. It is clear these hackers see […]