The motto of UNESCO is “Building peace in the minds of men and women.” UNESCO seeks to build a culture of peace through peaceful approaches to living and international interaction, for example, non-violence, mutual respect, acceptance, intercultural dialogue, and interfaith reconciliation. The UNESCO constitution asserts that “since wars begin in the minds of men, it is […]
Co-founder, member of GC Development Council & Global Citizenship Educators at Global Citizenship Education Network; Member of Boston Global Forum’s Board of Thinkers Nazli Choucri is Professor of Political Science. Her work is in the area of international relations, most notably on sources and consequences of international conflict and violence. Professor Choucri is the architect and Director of the […]
Starting from 2016, Boston Global Forum will cooperate with host countries of G7 Summit to convene the world leading scholars, influential business leaders and young leaders, and government leaders of host countries to discuss and generate initiatives and solutions to the most global pressing issues concerning peace, security and development. Initiatives will be sent to […]
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THE ETHICS CODE OF CONDUCT FOR CYBER PEACE AND SECURITY (ECCC) Version 3.0 Governor Michael Dukakis, Mr. Nguyen Anh Tuan, Mr. Allan Cytryn, Prof. Nazli Choucri, Prof. Thomas Patterson, Prof. Derek Reveron, Prof. John E. Savage, Prof. John Quelch, Prof. Carlos Torres. The Boston Global Forum’s Ethics Code of Conduct for Cyber Peace and Security (ECCC) makes the […]
Preventing Cyber Conflict: A 21st Century Challenge Allan Cytryn, Nazli Choucri, Michael Dukakis, Ryan C. Maness, Tuan Nguyen, Derek S. Reveron, John E. Savage, and David Silbersweig At the 2016 G-7 Summit at Ise-Shima, Japan, countries affirmed their commitment to support an open, secure, and reliable cyberspace through the application of international law to state […]
(November 21, 2016) On October 27, 2016, one of the GCEN Co-founders – Professor John Savage, joined Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang for a discussion about Cyber Civil Defense. President Tran Dai Quang expressed his concern about cybersecurity improvement and his encouragement for further collaboration between Vietnam and the United State in the field of […]