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Gen. Michael Hayden speaks at SATSA’s 8th Annual Conference on National & International Security

Gen. Michael Hayden spoke this past Saturday at SATSA’s 8th Annual Conference on National & International Security at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. During his keynote address, Gen. Hayden discussed several hot spots at home and around the world, in order: Iran, China, Mexico, China, Cyber Security, and Terrorism. He also highlighted the difference […]

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Journal on Terrorism and Security Analysis – 7th Volume

SATSA is pleased to announce the availability of the 7th Volume of the Journal on Terrorism & Security Analysis. The Journal on Terrorism on Security Analysis is a publication of the Student Association on Terrorism & Security Analysis at the Maxwell School of Citizenship & Public Affairs with the support of the Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism at Syracuse University.

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Gen. Michael Hayden to speak at SATSA’s 8th Annual Conference on National & International Security

SATSA is pleased to announce that Former CIA and NSA Director Gen. Michael Hayden (ret.) delivered the keynote address at SATSA’s 8th Annual Conference on National & International Security. The 8th Annual Conference on National & International Security took place on Saturday, March 31, 2012 at the Maxwell School of Citizenship & Public Affairs on […]

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“Building a Strategic Culture: Indian Intelligence, Policy and Regional Security, 1962-1972” – Connor McNulty

Note: This paper appeared in the electronic edition of the 6th Volume of the Journal on Terrorism and Security Analysis in Spring 2011. Excerpt In 1962, there was a breakdown in diplomatic relations between India and China. The conflict that followed was regarded as embarrassing for the India political and military leaders, as they were […]

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INSCT & SATSA Event: Film Screening

On Thursday, November 10, the Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism (INSCT) and SATSA are co-sponsoring a film screening of the award-winning documentary “Better This World.”  The film screening will be held in 275 MacNaughton Hall of the Syracuse University College of Law.  The screening will be followed by a discussion led by Professor Tucker […]

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Global Panel Foundation Visits SATSA for Roundtable Discussion

On Tuesday, October 25th several representatives from the Global Panel Foundation visited Syracuse University and held a roundtable discussion with a select group of SATSA members.  The discussion focused on the topic of how to prioritize investments in security (financial and personnel) for an increasingly complex global environment where security issues have become intertwined with everything.  Participants […]

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Upcoming SATSA Events: Fall 2012

The Student Association on Terrorism and Security Analysis is pleased to announce its schedule of events for the remainder of the fall term.  Please mark the following dates in your calendars for upcoming SATSA events.  Further details on each event will be posted on the SATSA website and sent through the SATSA listserv once they have […]

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SATSA Holds Annual Excursion to Drone Training Facility at Hancock AFNG Base

On Saturday October 1, SATSA made its annual fall excursion to the MQ-9 Drone Training Facility at Hancock AFNG Base in Syracuse, NY.  Twenty-five SATA members attended the excursion, including graduate and law students from Syracuse University, as well as distinguished faculty from INSCT, the Maxwell School, and the Syracuse University College of Law. Attendees […]

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Application period for Journal on Terrorism & Security Analysis editorial board is open

The application period to join the editorial board of the Journal on Terrorism & Security Analysis is now open. Please read this document for descriptions of the positions available. All Syracuse University graduate and law students are eligible to apply, including 1Ls. To apply, please send your resume and a short cover letter stating which […]

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Welcome New Maxwell MPA Students!

SATSA would like to extend a warm welcome to the Maxwell MPA Class of 2012. We encourage you to become involved with our organization and take advantage of the many opportunities we provide. We will hold a kickoff meeting for the upcoming academic year during the first week of the Fall 2011 semester. If you […]

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