“An Exceptionally Dangerous Time”
Terrorism scholar and Distinguished University Professor John Horgan on the threat of growing political extremism in the U.S.
New study finds that COVID-19 testing and vaccination policies focusing on “hot spot” neighborhoods will better serve the virus’s hardest-hit populations.
As the Senate runoff election draws national attention, Georgia State researchers have identified trends in how media coverage impacts the success or failure of a candidate’s campaign.
Erica Alexander (B.I.S. ’19) is one of 45 scholars from across the U.S. selected to receive the prestigious Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Graduate Fellowship.
A new study finds that concentrated centralized national leadership is the most effective way countries are fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
New research finds that exposure to conspiracy theories suggesting COVID-19 was human-engineered can have a powerful impact on a person’s beliefs.
November’s national, state and local elections appear to be attracting the interest of a larger than usual number of young voters.