Posted July 7, 2009
An essay by Lt. General Robert G. Gard Jr. (USA, Ret.), President Emeritus of the Monterey Institute of International Studies, was published in the Huffington Post yesterday. The essay reviews the agenda for this week's U.S.-Russian presidential summit and supports the reduction of nuclear arms stockpiles by both nations as beneficial to global security.
Posted August 20, 2009
Proliferation experts consider the launch “problematic” in the context of ongoing tensions between North and South Korea, regardless of the claim by the South that the launch is for “scientific purposes” unrelated to missile technology. The full article is available on the Washington Post Web site.
Posted August 24, 2009
The article focuses on the federal government’s longstanding, complex efforts to engineer the destruction of its aging stockpile of liquid VX, sarin, and mustard chemical agents.
IPSS Assignment: Pacific Forum, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
Ms. Catherine Boye is the 2009 Monterey Fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Pacific Forum. Catherine was born and grew up in Salt Lake City, UT.
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"Once you mention you are from MIIS – you might get a bow from an Ambassador (it happened to me several times already - unbelievable). People really treat you differently when you mention the school.”
Elena is currently an International Professional Service Semester fellow from the Monterey Institute assigned to the United Nations. She describes her fellowship at the United Nations Headquarters, Office for Disarmament Affairs, Weapons of Mass Destruction Branch.
He has served as a consultant to the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, the RAND Corporation, and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. He has been a member of several committees of the National Academy of Sciences and currently serves on the National Academy of Sciences Nonproliferation Panel. His present research focuses on nuclear terrorism and forecasting proliferation developments.
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