Governor Michael Dukakis, Co-founder and Chairman of the Boston Global Forum, will lead a discussion for a framework for peace and security in the 21st century at Consulate General of Greece in Boston. Professors of Harvard, MIT, and the US Naval World College will attend and discuss. The world needs a framework to keep peace and security in the 21st century.
Today, there are many challenges and threats to peace in the world: extreme nationalism, new dictatorships, totalitarianism, fake news, cyberattacks, global power’s power projection on their smaller neighbours, illegal threatening of others’ sovereignty, violations of international laws, using centralised power and massive population of to create unfair competition in the economy, arm races, etc.
Which roles can the US, the EU, and other democratic countries play against non-democratic powers which utilise authoritarianism and nationalism?
The roundtable will take place at 5:30 pm, Sept 9, 2019, the World Reconciliation Day, at Greece Consulate General in Boston, 86 Beacon street, Boston, MA 02108. The Greek Consul General in Boston, Stratos Efthymion, will co-host this roundtable.