Monterey Institute alumnus Himayu Shiotani (MAIPIS ’11) graduated from researching arms control issues in California to helping implement an international small arms agreement for the United Nations.
The Monterey Institute celebrated another great year in 2013, highlighted by wonderful student achievements, strong employment numbers for graduates, and visits by the UN Secretary-General and the former president of Kyrgyzstan.
The Monterey Institute recently launched a ReadyCam video broadcast studio that offers easy media access to our Monterey-based faculty and staff experts such as Dr. Jeffrey Lewis of CNS, who was interviewed on PBS Newshour last week.
A former president and two ambassadors participated in CNS Director William Potter’s arms control negotiation course at the Monterey Institute this semester, adding tremendous realism to the simulation, as well as valuable insight about negotiating techniques.
Dr. Avner Cohen of the Monterey Institute, a noted scholar of Israel’s nuclear program, today released new materials from his personal research archive that offer fresh insights into Israel’s decision not to use nuclear weapons during the 1973 Yom Kippur War.
Dr. Rosa Otunbayeva, past president of the Kyrgyz Republic, shared with Monterey Institute students her experiences leading the first peaceful transition from an authoritarian state to a parliamentary democracy in Central Asia.
The rapidly evolving Syria crisis has led national media to seek out leading chemical weapons and nonproliferation experts at the Monterey Institute and its James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies.
Diplomatic Courier’s list of 99 top foreign policy leaders under the age of 33 includes 2010 MIIS graduate Aaron Stein, a nonproliferation specialist currently based in Turkey.
Der weltweit erste postgraduale Studiengang, der die Kenntnisse und Fähigkeiten vermittelt, die Verbreitung von Massenvernichtungswaffen einzudämmen und Terrorismus effektiv zu bekämpfen.
Unser interdisziplinärer Studienplan umfasst Politikfeldanalyse, internationale Sicherheit, Wissenschaft und Technologie sowie Geschichte, um die Studierenden auf eine Laufbahn im Bereich Terrorismusbekämpfung und Nichtverbreitung von Massenvernichtungswaffen.
The Carnegie Corporation of New York has awarded a $2 million challenge grant to the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) at the Monterey Institute in support of CNS’s global nuclear governance initiatives through the Vienna Center for Disarmament and Non-Proliferation.