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Who's Behind the Sony Cyber-Attack?

December 19, 2014 — Want to know who's really behind the Sony hack? Don't hold your breath. Margaret E. Kosal, assistant professor in the Nunn School, weighed in on the difficulty of tracing a cyberattack to the original hackers for a piece on The Huffington Post.

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Kosal Serves As Expert on US Working Group for Big Data and Analytics

December 15, 2014 — Nunn School Assistant Professor Dr. Margaret E. Kosal was selected to serve as an expert on the US Government’s first formal working group assessing the current state of big data and analytics.

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Nunn School Doctoral Student at Nanotechnology for Defense (NT4D) Conference

December 8, 2014 — Nunn School PhD student Ms. Taylor Smith presented research at the 2014 Nanotechnology for Defense Conference (NT4D) in Chantilly, VA. Working with Assistant Professor Margaret E. Kosal, Smith presented results of a study on the implications of advancements in Russia’s nanotechnology and nanoscience programs for national and international security

Stulberg Discusses Geopolitics of Oil & Gas

Published December 8, 2014 in Georgia Tech Alumni Magazine. Click here to read the full article >

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Kennedy Elected as President of Atlanta Council on International Relations

November 21, 2014 — Dr. Robert Kennedy, Associate Chair of the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, was recently elected as President of the Atlanta Council on International Relations.

Georgia Tech Awarded Centre of Excellence by the European Commission

November 19, 2014 — The European Commission has awarded Georgia Tech a Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence.

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How Jordan Uses Islam Against the Islamic State

November 19, 2014 — Lawrence Rubin, assistant professor in the Nunn School, is featured in today's Washington Post with an article written jointly with Michael Robbins. The article, "How Jordan Uses Islam Against the Islamic State," discusses Jordan's recent attempts to employ new policies intended to strengthen official Islam over the Islamic State.

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Moltz Speaks on Space Security to Nunn School Students

November 17, 2014 — The Center for International Strategy, Technology, and Policy (CISTP) and the Center for Space Technology and Research (CSTAR) hosted Dr. Clay Moltz of the Naval Postgraduate School for a discussion of space security on November 17, 2014.  Dr. Moltz is the author of Crowded Orbits: Conflict and Cooperation in Space (Columbia University Press, 2014).

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The Rebirth of Atlanta, through the Eyes of Author Wendy Venet

November 10, 2014 — The Georgia Tech Honors Program was host to Dr. Wendy Venet, author of A Changing Wind: Commerce and Conflict in Civil War Georgia, on October 28, 2014. Venet was a guest lecturer on the rebirth of Atlanta for the class Georgia and the Civil War, an interdisciplinary course taught jointly by Ivan Allen College Dean Jacqueline Royster and Seymour Goodman, professor in the Nunn School.

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