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.
Students from the Monterey Institute will form nearly a quarter of the next class of Nonproliferation Graduate Fellows at the National Nuclear Security Administration.
CNS Director Bill Potter will testify before a special hearing of the House Foreign Affairs Committee on the subject of export controls this Friday at Stanford University.
Antoinette Wilson (IPS ‘09) explores the dynamics of international security in Washington D.C.
The New York Times explores the emerging possibilities for a wide-ranging agreement on nuclear arms control between the United States and Russia, quoting CNS Senior Research Associate Dr. Nikolai Sokov.
A public reading of Pulitzer Prize-winning author Richard Rhodes’ new play about the 1986 Reagan-Gorbachev summit that nearly ended the nuclear arms race will be held Saturday at 2:00 in the Irvine Auditorium.
Beginning next fall, the Monterey Institute will be home to the world’s only master’s degree devoted to nonproliferation and terrorism studies.
Brett Walker reflects upon his internship at the International Atomic Energy Agency, which he obtained through our International Professional Service Semester program.
Alum Catherine Boye interned at the Pacific Forum through the International Professional Service Semester.
Alum Elena Ilina interned at the United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs, Weapons of Mass Destruction Branch, through the International Professional Service Semester program.