The conclusion of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty Review Conference in New York generated four national news stories quoting experts from the Monterey Institute's James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS).
An article by MIIS professors Ken Coleman and Raymond Zilinskas is cited by the Los Angeles Times in a piece about the potential use of commercially-available counterfeit botox as a bio-weapon.
The hosts of NPR´s “All Things Considered” called upon CNS Deputy Director Leonard S. Spector this morning to explain uranium enrichment to their listeners.
Leonard S. Spector, deputy director of the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, was featured in an on-camera interview as part of Newshour’s coverage of the Nonproliferation Treaty Review Conference in New York.
Leonard S. Spector, deputy director of the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, is quoted on National Public Radio’s Morning Edition.
With nuclear nonproliferation in the news steadily in recent weeks, CNS Director William Potter has been making a series of appearances to speak about the road ahead in this critical policy arena.
Leading journal Foreign Policy has published an essay by Dr. William Potter, founding director of the Monterey Institute's James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, outlining the importance of nonproliferation education in the wake of the recent Nuclear Security Summit.
The grant will support the research of James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies Senior Fellow Ward Wilson on the changing nature of the international debate about nuclear weapons.
Last Friday, Ambassador Yukiya Amano, the newly-elected director general of the IAEA, spoke to a large group of Monterey Institute nonproliferation students.
The annual Critical Issues Forum conference in Monterey culminates a year-long program giving high school students from both nations the opportunity to work with MIIS nonproliferation experts.