Our interdisciplinary curriculum integrates policy analysis, international security, science and technology, and history to prepare students for a variety of professional careers in the arms control field, including careers in combating violent extremism and WMD proliferation.
On Friday, James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies Director Dr. William Potter was a featured speaker at the American Political Science Association’s conference on international security issues in Monterey. Dr. Potter’s remarks on nuclear nonproliferation, arms control, and international diplomacy were extensively quoted in a page two article in Saturday’s Monterey County Herald.
Further expanding the scope of two unique and highly regarded programs, the Monterey Institute of International Studies today announced the approval of a new master’s degree program in nonproliferation and terrorism studies for the fall 2010 semester.
A Bloomberg News article assessing the timing and prospects for the proposed successor agreement to the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty between the United States and Russia quotes William Potter, director of the Monterey Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies. Potter comments on the importance of verification and transparency provisions in the article, which was authored by Middlebury alumna Janine Zacharia.
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