CITS conducts a variety of activities aimed at countering the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) and the evasion of sanctions related to WMDs.  CITS conducts events to increase the ability of corporate service providers (CSPs), customs agents, and licensing and regulatory officials to identify and prevent United Nations-sanctioned commercial activities.  These events are  implemented primarily in Southeast Asia, Africa, and the Middle East.  The training events convey practical methods for identifying evasive activity based on existing legal authorities and organizational structures in the countries involved.

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Meet the Board: Rebecca Howell (AB ’13)
Meet the Board: Rebecca Howell (AB ’13)

Rebecca Howell (AB ’13) is a Political Science graduate located in Washington D.C. who recently joined the School of Public and International Affairs’ (SPIA) Alumni Board in July of 2020.

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Dean Lauth Fund Opens Doors for Graduate Students
Dean Lauth Fund Opens Doors for Graduate Students

Thomas P. Lauth is the founding dean of the School of Public and International Affairs. In January of 2020, he was awarded the University of Georgia’s President’s Medal, an honor

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MPA Student Benefits From Williams Fund
MPA Student Benefits From Williams Fund

Shayla Lee is a Master of Public Administration (MPA) student and recipient of the Morris E. and Frances G. Williams Minority Student Assistance Fund. Shayla is specializing in both local

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