Soha Sarfraz, a recent alumna of York University, holds an Honour Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, specializing in International Relations, accompanied by a complementary accreditation in Public Administration. Soha maintains a diverse spectrum of interests, with a central dedication to geopolitics, security and foreign policy. Actively participating in various international relations conferences, Soha has earned recognition and accolades for her notable contributions within the academic community. Prior to this, Soha assumed executive positions at non-governmental organizations IRSAY and RefugeAid, cultivating a platform for Canadian youth to actively participate in international matters and build diplomatic networks. Currently, Soha is undertaking an internship through the Junior Research Fellowship Program with the NATO Association of Canada, where her insights contribute to the publication of seminal works focusing on Cybersecurity and Emerging Threats. Soha can be reached at
Cyber Security and Emerging Threats

The Geopolitical Ramifications of Cyber Attacks on Canadian Energy Grids

In the current digital era, cyberattacks on Canadian energy networks raise serious geopolitical security concerns. These attacks have a significant impact on the geopolitical environment in addition to endangering the energy infrastructure. Cyberattacks on Canadian energy networks have far-reaching geopolitical repercussions that touch on many important industries. affecting national security, public safety, and the economy. Read More…