'The Real Cyber War' provides an overview of how the Internet is perceived globally.

The Real Cyber War describes global tensions lurking in the foundations of the Internet.

In their recently published book, The Real Cyber War, the Georgia State University-based team of Shawn M. Powers and Michael Jablonski launched a full court press to reveal “the power struggle over information as a resource in history, in practice and in geopolitics.” More
President Obama’s visit to Kenya next week will receive a warm and widespread reception from Kenyans despite those who have been somewhat disappointed with his lack of personal engagement there in view that his father was Kenyan, according to Tania Ngima, one of the 50 Mandela Washington Fellows currently in Atlanta. More
Delta Air Lines Inc. has agreed to buy a 3.55 percent stake in Skyteam partner China Eastern for $450 million, continuing its strategy of taking minority interests in partners to intensify cooperation in competitive international markets.   More
Georgia’s ports handled record traffic for fiscal year 2015, with container volumes jumping 17 percent to 3.66 million thanks to a confluence of factors.  More
Atlantans next week have the chance to meet the group managing the construction and eventual operation of the New Istanbul Airport, which seeks to eventually dethrone Hartsfield-Jackson as the world’s busiest.  More

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