Other Faculty News
Below are selected media coverage and more that GJS faculty members have recently appeared.
James Barnes, Curtis Ryan, and Aleksander Lust discussed the causes and consequences of the refugee crisis in Europe at a panel on "Europe's Migration Crisis" organized by the Global Studies Program on September 16, 2015.
Dr. Ryan's article, "Deja vu for Jordanina election reforms" appeared in the Washington Post on September 2, 2015.
Dr. Ryan who was on NPR on January 28, 2015 for an extended interview with the Ian Masters show which is syndicated across the country. His interview examined the hostage situation in Jordan where the government has agreed to negotiate with the so-called Islamic State.
Gave a lecture on what European integration means for China at Central South University in Changsha, China (January, 2014)
Curtis Ryan, Renee Scherlen, and Aleksander Lust:
Discussed the rise of ISIS and the regional and global responses to it at a forum on "What is ISIS and what should be done about it?" organized by the ASU chapter of Amnesty Internationa (October 22, 2014)
Discussed the war in Syria at the public forum on "Conflict in Syria" at App State (September 30, 2013)
Presented the paper, “Human Rights and the Democracy Project in Africa: Moving the Continent Forward in the 21st Century” at the 22nd meeting of the Global Awareness Society International, St. John’s University, Vatican City, Rome, Italy, in May 2013. His paper is published in the GASI Proceeding
His book, Liberating Namibia: The Long Diplomatic Struggle between the United Nations and South Africa (Jefferson, McFarland & Company, Inc. Publishers, NC., 2011) was recently ranked one of the top 10 books on the History of Namibia and top 20 books on the Amazon's best seller list
George Ehrhardt and Yongbeom Hur:
Interviewed on North Korea's current situation, future scenarios, and more (App 1800 News Show at WASU radio, April 8, 2013)
The Boone Town Council passed his resolution calling for abolition of capital punishment and commutation of death sentences in North Carolina (March 21, 2013)
Jeff Holcomb and Marian Williams: