Alumni Profile: Jack Slagle
Alumni Profile: Jack Slagle

By Shelby R. Steuart When Jack Slagle was an undergrad at UGA, he knew he wanted to be an Intelligence Analyst. He took all of the intelligence classes he could

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SPIA Researchers’ New Article Explains Why Countries Sometimes Get Away with Human Rights Abuses
SPIA Researchers’ New Article Explains Why Countries Sometimes Get Away with Human Rights Abuses

SPIA’s researchers and professors Dr. K. Chad Clay and Dr. Amanda Murdie have most recently been in the UGA news for their work with the Human Rights Measurement Initiaive (HRMI).

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Dr. Shane Singh: 2018-2019 Visiting Democracy Fellow at Harvard University
Dr. Shane Singh: 2018-2019 Visiting Democracy Fellow at Harvard University

by Shelby R. Steuart Dr. Shane Singh, a UGA SPIA Professor has recently been accepted as a Visiting Democracy Fellow at the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation in

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Creating Change in Environmental Policy
Creating Change in Environmental Policy

by Shelby R. Steuart SPIA researcher and professor, Dr. Jamie Monogan, has spent a lot of his career doing environmental research. Last year Monogan’s research led to findings indicating that

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CITS hosts DOE Export Control Fellows Program
CITS hosts DOE Export Control Fellows Program

The Center for International Trade and Security recently hosted a group of government officials representing India, Pakistan, and China for the annual Department of Energy-sponsored Export Control Fellows Program. The

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Two CITS alumni publish in Issue 6 of Strategic Trade Review
Two CITS alumni publish in Issue 6 of Strategic Trade Review

The latest issue of Strategic Trade Review, a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to strategic trade, export control, and sanctions issues, features two articles by CITS alumni. Valtteri Tamminen, a SPIA graduate

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Dr. Johnson’s Spy Watching Chronicles the History of Intelligence Studies
Dr. Johnson’s Spy Watching Chronicles the History of Intelligence Studies

by Shelby R. Steuart SPIA researcher and professor, Dr. Loch K. Johnson, recently published a paradigmatic book documenting his groundbreaking research in intelligence studies over the past forty years. Spy

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From UGA to the Republic of Georgia: Five Researchers Travel to Train Scholars
From UGA to the Republic of Georgia: Five Researchers Travel to Train Scholars

by Shelby R. Steuart Several UGA SPIA Researchers are participating in a grant-funded project in Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia, this month. The goal of the project is to train groups

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Five SPIA Grads Named to 40 Under 40 Class of 2018
Five SPIA Grads Named to 40 Under 40 Class of 2018

SPIA is proud to announce that five alumni will be recognized this fall as recipients of the UGA Alumni Association’s 40 under 40 award. This award, given annually, recognizes successful

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Dr. Igor Khripunov publishes in Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
Dr. Igor Khripunov publishes in Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

CITS Distinguished Fellow Dr. Igor Khripunov has a new piece in the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists entitled “Nuclear safety vs security: Can the two cultures be harmonized?” The article, published

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