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*Dr. Park had a featured article in the Athens Banner-Herald about American racial issues.  Click here to read.

Dr. Han Park had a featured article in the Athens Banner-Herald American racial issues. Click here to read. - See more at: http://globiscenter.org/index.php/about-us/director-s-corner#sthash.QDiD5fW8.dpuf
Dr. Han Park had a featured article in the Athens Banner-Herald American racial issues. Click here to read. - See more at: http://globiscenter.org/index.php/about-us/director-s-corner#sthash.QDiD5fW8.dpuf
Dr. Han Park had a featured article in the Athens Banner-Herald American racial issues. Click here to read. - See more at: http://globiscenter.org/index.php/about-us/director-s-corner#sthash.QDiD5fW8.dpuf

*Dr. Han S. Park and Dr. Brock Tessman introduce the Track-II "Globis Model" in the professional journal, Globis Asia.

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Globis is now accepting applications for our Stellenbosch and Asia Study Abroad Programs.

The Verona Summer Program is currently full.  We are no longer accepting applications.


Please see information below about possible scholarships:

Education Abroad Scholarships Available to UGA Students 2014-2015
Deadlines in October and March
Apply at: international.uga.edu/education_abroad/financial_aid_and_scholarships

Now accepting applications for Franklin College studies abroad scholarships:
The Craige Global Fellows Scholarship; The Tome Study Abroad Scholarship; and The Franklin College Study Abroad Scholarship.
For further information about the scholarships and application process: http://www.franklin.uga.edu/international/scholarship_fund.php
 

SPIA Study Abroad Scholarships for 2015: http://spia.uga.edu/uploads/documents/2014_SPIA_Study_Abroad_Funding_Application.pdf

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In October 2011 the Center for the Study of Global Issues conducted Track-II talks between DRPK, ROK, and US representatives. The talks were successful in producing a conference statement between the parties.

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 Globis Friday Forum Series is pleased to announce:

"Analyzing Autocratic Defa
 
Friday, March 27 @ 2:00pm in the Globis Center Conference Room

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If you are interested in presenting your paper, thesis, prospectus, or dissertation, please contact Karen Jazayeri at 706-542-6633

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THE AGE OF TERRORISM
A Globis Forum

Presented by the Center for the Study of Global Issues
Monday, March 23rd
5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
Miller Learning Center 213
University of Georgia

Are we living in a new “Age of Terrorism?” The concept of "terrorism" dominates popular media, political discourse, and grows increasingly important in the academic study of security policy.  Despite the prevalence of terrorism in the modern world, there is no real consensus regarding the definition, causes, or consequences of terrorism in the 21st Century.

On March 23rd from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm, The University of Georgia's Center for the Study of Global Issues (Globis) will present "The Age of Terrorism," a forum in which experts from the University System of Georgia and Georgia State University will seek to define modern terror across a number of essential dimensions. The forum will take place on the University of Georgia campus in room 213 of the Miller Learning Center.

Panel members will include:

Dr. Anthony Lemieux, Associate Professor of Communication at Georgia State University, and investigator with the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Response to Terrorism (START).

Dr. William Keller, Professor of International Affairs and Director of the Center for International Trade & Security, whose research and writing focuses on internal security, terrorism, and the proliferation of WMDs.

Dr. K. Chad Clay, Assistant Professor of International Affairs, whose expertise covers political violence and various forms of organized dissent.

Dr. Roger Stahl, Associate Professor in UGA's Department of Communication Studies, an expert in political media and the cultural rhetoric of war.

Globis forums are intended to be practical, participatory, and oriented toward actionable conclusions.  We encourage both students and members of the community to attend. Discussion and questions from the audience are welcomed and encouraged.

We hope you will join us on March 23rd at 5:30 pm in MLC 213.