Spies in the Family: Dillon and Polyakov’s Friendship that Helped End the Cold War
Books / International / Leaders & People

Spies in the Family: Dillon and Polyakov’s Friendship that Helped End the Cold War

The spy business is personal. Eva Dillon, author of “Spies in the Family” draws back the curtain of the Cold War to reveal the human side of two remarkable spies – one American, her father, Paul L. Dillon and the other codenamed TOPHAT, General Dmitri Fedorovich Polyakov, a Soviet intelligence officer, who volunteered to spy … Continue reading

HAWC: Violence is Local, Be Ready
Greece / Leaders & People

HAWC: Violence is Local, Be Ready

Leading security experts joined the Hellenic American Womens Council (HAWC) 23rd annual conference “Recognize the Threat: Be Ready to Act” to raise awareness and provide practical solutions to mitigate any direct threat. Many may say, “terrorism or violent acts won’t happen where I live”. However, Dr. Terry Gudaitis, founder of Mindstar Security and Profiling; Debra Anderson, … Continue reading

Queens of Syria & The Trojan Women
Greece / Leaders & People / Syria

Queens of Syria & The Trojan Women

Special post in support for the British Arab Centre in London. First staged in Amman in 2013, and the subject of an award winning documentary, Developing Artists presents Refuge Productions’ Queens of Syria, an adaptation of Euripides anti-war tragedy, The Trojan Women. Performed by an all-female cast of Syrian refugees, the production skilfully amalgamates the … Continue reading

I SEA Rescue App Launched by MOAS
Humanitarian / Leaders & People

I SEA Rescue App Launched by MOAS

Innovation. Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) is leading humanitarian efforts globally with their no nonsense approach to search and rescue of the thousands of people either fleeing war, conflicts or economic hardships across the Mediterranean Sea. Now, MOAS, in conjunction with Grey for Good, are launching the I SEA app for the iPhone to crowdsource … Continue reading