The Georgetown Journal of International Affairs is proud to be a media partner of the 2014 Global Cyberspace Cooperation Summit hosted by the EastWest Institute and the German Foreign Office from December 3-5 in Berlin, Germany.
Economic growth and international security are increasingly endangered by national policies governing the secure flow of information and data handling. To identify ways to mitigate the negative consequences of growing Internet fragmentation, the EastWest Institute’s Global Cooperation in Cyberspace Initiative is convening policymakers, business leaders, technical experts and civil society.
Copies of the Journal's most recent International Engagement on Cyber IV: A Post-Snowden Cyberspace print issue will be available at the event.
Additional information regarding the event is available here.
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