Your curated list of foreign policy-related events in March.Read more
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On September 10 2015, Young Professionals in Foreign Policy NY hosted a talk on the history of Chinese cyber and economic espionage in the United States with Dr. Greg Austin, professorial fellow at the East-West Institute. Dr. Austin discussed the political and economic consequences that have resulted from economic and cyber espionage, and explored the challenges that both the Chinese and American governments are facing in confronting these practices. Dr. Austin skillfully took those in attendance on an exciting journey into a world that is normally hidden in clandestine activity, but whose activities are having a greater impact in society writ large. Dr. Austin’s talk challenged attendees to rethink the popular narrative on China’s espionage activities, and the United States’ approach to solving the problem.Read more
Jayson Browder has a pretty crazy August ahead of him. As the founder and only staff member of Veterans4Diplomacy, he’s running the organization’s first three-day fellowship program at New York University from August 7 to 9, 2015. Then on August 10, turning around and moving back down to Washington, DC, to start a new position at The White House.