For the fourth straight year, Entrepreneur magazine named the Institute’s Fisher International MBA program one of the top 15 graduate school programs in the country.
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The Monterey Institute of International Studies is a vibrant campus community with an abundance of global connections and interesting stories to tell. Our students teach and learn in multiple languages and put their graduate professional education to work all over the world in contexts ranging from economic development to language education to international business to nuclear nonproliferation to conference interpretation to global environmental initiatives. You can find student stories sprinkled across this site and in our MIIS Spotlight. Some of those stories are also told in our Communiqué newsletter, and in our news releases. You can find an expert on your own, or contact us for more information.
Both Institute President Emeritus Robert Gard and alumnus Juan Sheenan were heard on National Public radio last week.
This month’s Foreign Policy features an essay by CNS Deputy Director Leonard Spector proposing a multilateral approach to punishing Pakistani nuclear scientist A.Q. Khan.
World Politics Review published an essay today authored by Monterey Institute students Seda Savas and Aaron Stein criticizing the politicization of mass media in Turkey.
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Monterey Institute alumni end up in the most interesting – and varied – places.
The Sunday edition of the Los Angeles Times featured an article quoting Jonathan Tucker, a senior researcher in the Washington office of the Monterey Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, on the United States’ ongoing efforts to dispose safely of its chemical weapons stockpiles.
A Washington Post story on South Korea’s planned rocket launch quotes analyst Dennis C. Gormley, a senior fellow at the Monterey Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies.