[VIDEO] As North Korea’s threat to strike Guam hangs in the air, GSI Director Tony Lemieux sat down with 11Alive News to discuss America’s options. “In terms of the kind of impact for us,” says Lemieux, speaking not only of the U.S. as a whole but also of Georgia, “it would be staggering, frankly.” Georgia,… more »
The Global Studies Institute hosted its first annual Emerging Global Issues Forum on March 30, tackling the pressing international issue of “Forced Migration, Immigration and Security.” The event was largely a success, opening the door for a long series of much-needed conversations on these important issues.
Drs. Erin M. Kearns, Allison Betus and GSI Director Anthony Lemieux responded on March 13 to a comment made by U.S. President Donald Trump. Mr. Trump implied that the media are unerreporting terrorist attacks, especially those attributed to… more »
Global Studies Director Tony Lemiuex appeared on CNN’s Primetime Justice with Ashleigh Banfield, discussing the recent security increase in Los Angeles after a “specific” and “imminent” terror threat to the Universal City rail station. Click Here to Watch the Video
“’ISIS has done a good job projecting that they are not just about violence,’ said John Horgan, an expert in terrorism research at Georgia State University. ‘They know that they’re going to appeal… more »
USA Today quoted Professor John Horgan on his research into the use of children to carry out attacks and promote terrorism.
The Boston Globe quoted Professor John Horgan on federal hearings in Minnesota attempting to determine if deradicalization is an option and what is so unique about this review.
Dr. John Horgan speaks with Stephen Loiaconi of WJLA (Washington, D.C.) on the growing use of children in terrorist acts and Isis propaganda.
Shana Tabak, professor of law at Georgia State, speaks with Vice on the difficulty immigrants in Atlanta face when seeking asylum and how these issues could be addressed. Read Full Article Here
Shana Tabak, professor of law at Georgia State, comments on the the Supreme Court’s upcoming ruling on immigration in an article by NPR. Read Full Article Here