World Trade Organization-sponsored conference in Beijing on November 19 features talks by President Sunder Ramaswamy, Dean Yuwei Shi, and Ambassador Alan Wolff.
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Dr. J.D. Yuan’s essay for Asia Times Online analyzes current political conditions and prospects for bilateral relations with Japan, South Korea and China.
UN Assistant Secretary General visits Monterey to sign new agreement aimed at expanding career and training opportunities for the Institute’s translation and interpretation students.
An embassy publication cites the Monterey Institute as a “prestigious” school offering one of a handful of master’s degree programs in translation and interpretation in the world.
The participation of former and current arms control officials of both nations adds to the realism of the simulation led by CNS Director William Potter.
Gordon Paul Smith Chair in International Policy Studies Edward J. Laurance will present “The Global Scourge Of Armed Violence: Can Anything Be Done?” on November 12 in the Irvine Auditorium.
Middlebury College Physics professor Rich Wolfson will visit Monterey for a lecture delving into the complex arguments for and against the use of nuclear power for electricity generation.
In an op-ed piece published in the Los Angeles Times, Professor Moyara Ruehsen of the Graduate School of International Policy and Management offers a critical analysis of the effectiveness of the NATO allies’ efforts to discourage opium production in Afghanistan.
A November 6 workshop focused on analysis of the emerging economies of Brazil, Russia, India, and China will feature speakers including researchers from both the Monterey Institute and Middlebury College.
Video and audio of renowned cellist and author Carlos Prieto’s recent visit to the Monterey Institute is now available on the Institute’s YouTube channel and iTunesU site.