The Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy is proud to announce the application for the 2017-2018 Intelligence Fellowship Program is now available. The Intelligence Fellowship Program is workforce development initiative designed to provide students with a competitive advantage when applying to the United States’ Intelligence Community (IC). Through a combination of rigorous coursework , research, and private mentorship, students selected to this program will not only be awarded
Join JGI Director Brian Fonseca as he hosts a discussion on the newly released report on Securing and Growing the Digital Economy by the Presidential Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity. The event will be held at FIU's Brickell Campus, Room FDBS226 on Thursday, December 15, 2016 from 5-7PM.
Join the Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs on Thursday, December 8 from 10AM-12PM in GC 150, for the third roundtable discussion on Cuba in the Post-Fidel, Pre-Trump Era. This session will focus on how Castro's death will impact Miami's Cuban-American community, including effects on intergenerational relations, immigration, and the Cuban Adjustment Act.
Join the Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs for the second of three roundtable discussions on Cuba in the Post-Fidel, Pre-Trump Era. Event will be held on Tuesday, December 6, 2016 from 10:00AM-12:00PM in GC 150.
JGI Senior Research Associate Dr. Brian Latell's latest Politico article examines the future of Cuba under Raul Castro following the death of Fidel Castro.
Dr. Latell paints a complex and nuanced portrait of the man he came to know better than any other intelligence target—revealing the mind and motivations of one of the most mercurial, passionate, and dominating leaders of the twentieth century: Fidel Castro.
JGI Director Brian Fonseca quoted in USA Today article on the death of Fidel Castro.
This book examines the in's and out's of the history of U.S.-Cuba relations.
Get insight on natural gas politics in Bolivia with Dr. Brienen's new article.
Clinton 80%, Trump 13%: Results from our latest #NewLatinoVoice poll in partnership with Adsmovil
The polls have proven once again that Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton continues to gain trust from the Latino community. According to this week’s findings, if the presidential elections were held today 80.1% of Latinos would vote in favor of the former Secretary of State.