Nonproliferation experts at the Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies have been highly sought after this week to explain the new treaty and the road ahead.
International Policy Studies
A trio of articles over the past few days saw CNS Director Bill Potter, CNS Deputy Director Leonard Spector, and MIIS Dean Tate Miller quoted in major media outlets.
A new agreement signed by Institute President Sunder Ramaswamy yesterday in Cairo will promote academic exchanges and research collaboration between MIIS and the American University in Cairo.
Dr. Leonard Spector raises concern over reports that North Korea is assisting Iran in the development of a nuclear weapon.
Katie Klemsem (IPS '05) recalls her experience as a kindergarten teacher in Honduras after Hurricane Mitch left the country devastated.
Professor Tsuneo Akaha promotes the Monterey Way of teaching and learning at universities in Russia and Kyrgyzstan.
An Associated Press story on Iran’s efforts to acquire sensitive nuclear components, quoting two CNS experts, has been picked up by news outlets worldwide.
Initial speakers have now been confirmed, and ticket purchase and registration are open, for TEDxMonterey on April 16 at the Monterey Institute.
Faculty and staff from the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies have spanned the globe (and the media) in recent weeks with briefings, presentations, and media appearances.
Mary Graham (MAIPS ’04) was recently interviewed by the Voice of America regarding the development work she and her non-profit Practical Small Projects are doing in Mali.