As the world continues to become a smaller place, more people migrate to foreign countries and settle down there. They put down roots in the new country, become a part of its mainstream society and develop a sense of belonging to it as the years turn into decades. Affection, concern, patriotism and pride towards their birth country and the adopted country occupy an equal place in their hearts and minds. When needing to choose one country to support, such as during a sporting event, the conflict is light and the choice made casually. What if they are called upon to make a choice in a more serious context and when the stakes are high? A person’s birth country and adopted country are engaged in cyberwarfare that can wipe out an entire city in one country. The person has an expertise about fighting cyber threads that only few people in the world possess. Which country should he help? This is only an example of a conflict such people can face. I won’t ask you what you would choose or what that person would choose. Rather: What criteria can be employed to make such difficult decisions? Let’s take it as a given that the person has to choose one country and cannot excuse himself from that. Are there any examples in history, literature or legend that show how people in the past have dealt with such choices? .