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JGI is pleased to announce a new Fall 2018 course ISS 3222- Issues in American Foreign Policy: Counterintelligence

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JGI now offering a new course for Fall 2018: ISS 4651-Topics in Global Cybersecurity Policy. Examine pressing topics to include: cyber-terrorism, cybersecurity in healthcare, Internet of Things, with rotating topics taught by practitioners in the field of cybersecurity

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The Jack D. Gordon Public Policy Fellowship is a workforce development initiative. A highly selective program, the Public Policy Fellowship provides opportunities for students to integrate rigorous coursework, research, and mentorship in pursuit of a career in local, state, and federal government. Students will be awarded a Certificate in Public Policy Studies upon completion of program.

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JGI Director Brian Fonseca's recent Foreign Policy article on the perils of a coup in Venezuela.

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JGI Senior Research Associate Dr. Brian Latell's latest Politico article examines the future of Cuba under a newly elected President.

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SAVE THE DATE 2018 Hemispheric Security Conference Assessing the Intermestic Security Environment

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The Jack D. Gordon Public Policy Fellowship is a workforce development initiative. A highly selective program, the Public Policy Fellowship provides opportunities for students to integrate rigorous coursework, research, and mentorship in pursuit of a career in local, state, and federal government. Students will be awarded a Certificate in Public Policy Studies upon completion of program.

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The Summer Institute on National Security Studies is a multi-disciplinary one-week program incorporating topics in Geography, Information Technology, World Politics, and various international security issues. Summer Institute activities include keynote lectures by Intelligence Community professionals and prominent academics, an Effective Communication (writing & public speaking) workshop, and a capstone simulation on a security issue based on the Summer Institute’s theme.

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In the aftermath of the tragedy, the response has followed the pattern of similar mass shootings around the country. Politicians offer thoughts and prayers while common sense gun control measures continue to founder. FIU’s faculty experts will address the myriad of issues surrounding what many say has become a uniquely American phenomenon: mass shootings.

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Former congressman Patrick Murphy named a senior fellow at the School of International and Public Affairs supporting the Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy! Murphy is lecturing in Director Brian Fonseca spring National Security course and is helping launch the Public Policy Fellowship coming fall 2018! #WorldsAhead

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