ATLANTA— Dr. Mia Bloom and other experts go in-depth to answer questions about the ‘Boogaloos’ with Brian Ross Investigates. Who and what is the Boogaloo movement? Are far-right extremist groups attacking police to escalate violence during recent protests?
ATLANTA— On every continent, rapid changes are taking place because of the COVID-19 pandemic. One ancillary impact of the outbreak is the growing threat from extremist groups. While leaders across the globe race to address the outbreak, experts say terror groups and others are capitalizing on the crisis.
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ATLANTA— A movie called ‘The Plandemic’ recently spread like wildfire over YouTube and social media. More than 8 million people watched before it was taken down. TCV’s Dr. Tony Lemieux talks to the Business Insider about why so many people watched and why that’s dangerous.
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ATLANTA—Who are these gun-toting groups clad in Hawaiian shirts that have been showing up to protest rallies? Dr. Mia Bloom recently spoke to WXII / NBC in Winston-Salem, NC to shed some light in the ‘Boogaloos.’
ATLANTA— After a Canadian teenager is charged with terrorism, Psychology professor John Horgan shared his recent research into the case and how it connects with “incel” culture.
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ATLANTA — Dr. Mia Bloom is weighing on how different factions are taking advantage of the unrest across the U.S. in the wake of the murder of George Floyd.
Read her new article in JustSecurity to learn why she believes the far-right is agitating protests.
ATLANTA— As the COVID-19 pandemic drags into its third month, researchers at Georgia State are noting the impacts on people dealing with ongoing stress and restrictions. Dr. Tony Lemieux shared how some people may be feeling disconnected from the news of rising death tolls.
ATLANTA – Professor of Communication Dr. Mia Bloom shares her research on the likelihood that extremists are capitalizing on the ongoing Coronahttps://bit.ly/2WsSYIrvirus pandemic.
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ATLANTA—Dr. Jelena Subotic, Professor of Political Science has been awarded the 2020 Joseph Rothschild Prize in Nationalism and Ethnic Studies for her book Yellow Star, Red Star: Holocaust Remembrance after Communism. The book explains how East European countries after the collapse of communism pursued new strategies of Holocaust remembrance where the memory, symbols, and… more »
ATLANTA — Professor Dr. Mia Bloom has been appointed as an International Security Fellow with New America. As a terrorism scholar and researcher, Bloom will work on issues including political violence and radicalization, as well as investigating counterterrorism and malign information campaigns by non-state actors.
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