Monday, March 20, 2017 - 5:30pm to 7:30pm
In J130


Can a USB key bring change in a totalitarian regime? Considering values and data of human security and intelligence, this talk aims to highlight the past, current, and future work of Canadian and international NGOs, governmental representatives and passionate academics about information smuggling and cultural soft power as weapons of mass instruction. Weapons of mass instruction, as its meaning suggests, presents an alternative to the recurrent focus security specialists have on North Korea which is one on weapons of mass destruction.

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