Tag Archives: North Korea

H-bomb or No H-bomb? That Is The Question

  by Carolina de la Pedraja – Earlier this year, it was brought to the attention of the United Nations Security Council that North Korea clearly “violated (past) resolutions…and of the nonproliferation regime,” when it bragged about the “‘spectacular success’” of its first hydrogen bomb test.” At a meeting on January 6 of this year, […]

The Virtual War against Cybercrimes in America

By Tiffany-Ashley Disney – “[C]yber threats are some of the most serious national security and economic challenges facing the United States,” stated Michael Daniel, Special Assistant to the President and Cybersecurity Coordinator, during an On-the-Record Press Call regarding the President’s Executive Order, “Blocking the Property of Certain Persons Engaging in Significant Malicious Cyber-Enabled Activities.” On […]

Cybersecurity and Privacy: Where Can a Balance be Struck?

By David J Puentes – Recently, it became known that Russian hackers breached an unclassified White House system and gained access to sensitive information including President Obama’s schedule. This comes on the heels of other cyber attacks on many other government agencies, including the Department of State. The U.S. government has not been the only […]