Director at the Center for Human Rights and Associate Professor Angelina Snodgrass Godoy is featured in a New York Review of Books Daily profile article titled “My Only Friend Is My Conscience’: Face
Assistant Director of African Studies and Latin American & Caribbean Studies Monica Rojas-Stewart has won a prestigious Artist Trust Fellowship for 2017. First presented in 1987, the fellowship provides funding to artists across Washington State
This panel on power and regionalism in Europe, Asia, and Latin America brings together a diverse group of scholars who will talk about a range of issues from German regional
Dan Arnaudo, a Jackson School International Policy Institute Cybersecurity Fellow and JSIS MAIS alumnus, recently completed a lengthy research report examining the landmark Brazilian Internet Bill of Rights for the
The US and Brazil are the two largest economies in the hemisphere as well as the two largest transit points for Internet traffic. Brazil’s centrality to Internet traffic and economic strength will make it a crucial partner on issues such as cybercrime, critical infrastructure protection, and universal access.
Cuban-US relations are at a turning point. US investment in Cuban cybersecurity and cybersecurity education could grant the US a valuable regional partner as well as create economic opportunity for US companies.
A crowd of nearly 75 students, faculty, and community members gathered on the evening of Feb. 14 to hear Dr. Roberto Dondisch-Glowinski, General Consul at the Consulate of Mexico in Seattle speak on “From
Join us for a public talk “From neighbors to allies: US-Mexico relations since NAFTA” by Consul Roberto Dondisch-Glowinski, Consulate of Mexico in Seattle. Relaciones entre E.E.U.U. y México en la nueva administración. Con
Because of proximity, Mexico’s cybersecurity challenges impact the United States. However, Mexico’s poor regulatory environment, lack of funding, and lack of coordination between different levels of government makes it unable to effectively tackle cybersecurity.