The deadline for Intelligence Fellowship applications has been extended to March 8th! Get a chance to become a part of the IC-CAE Intelligence Fellowship Program at JGI! Accepted fellows will receive academic training and mentorship towards their competitiveness to land a job in the US intelligence community. Apply now!
This is one of the first studies disaggregated by ethnicity and race to analyze patterns of government spending and taxation, and is focused on five countries: Bolivia, Brazil, Guatemala, Mexico and Uruguay. The study finds that taxes and spending are mostly colorblind in all countries, and therefore do relatively little to reduce pre-existing gaps in poverty across ethnic and racial lines.
On Tuesday, February 5th, our director, Brian Fonseca, was featured on a Fox News Rundown Podcast. The discussion dealt with the subject of world leaders taking sides on Venezuela. Check it out now!
After an unprecedented week in Venezuela that brought violent mass demonstrations, the rise of self-declared interim leader Juan Guaidó and numerous countries coming to his support, all eyes are now on the armed forces and whether they will remain loyal to President Nicolás Maduro. NBC News quotes our director, Brian Fonseca, while analyzing what the military will do next.
With Venezuela in economic and political crisis, more than 20 countries have recognized opposition leader Juan Guaidó as interim president, including the U.S. But if Maduro’s hold on power is slipping, why hasn’t the Venezuelan military stepped in and given him the final push? The BBC looks at some powerful reasons with the contribution of our director, Brian Fonseca.
On Monday, February 4th, As part of the FIU-CIA Signature School Program, JGI presents Andrew B. Claster. Mr. Claster has been a CIA analyst since 1978, covering North Korea, Cuba, and China. He is a member of CIA’s Senior Analytical Service and Senior Intelligence Service. Mr. Claster covered North Korea from 1989 to 1993 and again from 2003 to the present. He served as National Intelligence Officer for North Korea from 2011 to 2013.
The Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy and the Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs joined forces during the fall semester of 2018 and travelled to Argentina to hold a cybersecurity certificate training program fully in Spanish.
The IC-CAE Intelligence Fellowship is a workforce development initiative. A highly selective program, the Intelligence Fellowship provides opportunities for students to integrate rigorous coursework, research, and mentorship in pursuit of a career in the U.S. Intelligence Community. Students will be awarded a Certificate in National Security Studies upon completion of the program. This is a great way to open doors for anyone who want to have a career in this field! Apply now!
The Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy will be imparting six cybersecurity workshops in 2019! These are designed to teach students how to protect themselves from the very present threats of cyber attacks. Do not miss your chance of acquiring your Student Development Badge and a chance on getting a Certificate in Cybersecurity Fundamentals!
The Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy has scheduled four National Security Studies Courses and one Global Cybersecurity Policy Course for Spring 2019! These courses deal with modern-day issues and introduce students to subjects ranging from the fundamentals of national security to topics in globalization, like human trafficking. You will not want to miss this opportunity. Check them out!