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Junior Model United Nations in photos

More than 200 students from middle schools in South Carolina and Georgia, including the Ron Clark Academy in Atlanta, debated foreign policy issues in the third annual Junior Model United Nations Conference on March 15, 2017. Students represented...

The Means Report: Can ISIS ever be defeated?

Augusta University political scientist Dr. Craig Albert joined WJBF NewsChannel 6 anchor Brad Means on The Means Report to share his expertise on ISIS, terrorism, and if stricter gun laws will help protect the citizens of the United States. Albert...

University expert discusses ISIS, terrorism

We can expect more attacks on U.S. soil like the Orlando nightclub shooting, according to Augusta University political scientist Dr. Craig Albert. But Albert told reporters that residents shouldn’t become paranoid, or change their everyday...

GRU Explains the 2016 Democratic Primary

AUGUSTA, Ga. – American voters will watch the Democratic candidates face off in the first Democratic presidential debate at 9 p.m. Tuesday on CNN. Dr. Craig Albert, assistant professor of political science at Georgia Regents University, teaches...

Model UN prepares for New York City

While there’s no guarantee that any of the students participating in GRU’s Model United Nations program will end up being elected president of the United States or voted in as secretary-general of the UN, at least they stand a chance, which is more...

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