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TODAY! N.O.W. Networking Language Community Mixers
A “foreign language” mixer will be started in an effort to bring together students, alumni and like-minded international individuals from the greater Monterey Community. The next event will be Thurday, April 28 8:30-10:30p at the London Bridge Pub.
IIPER No. 36 Published
The 36th issue of the Islam, Islamism, and Politics in Eurasia Report (IIPER) is out.
Professor Wil Burns speaks at International Law Conference
The topic was “Solar Radiation Management, Climate Geoengineering and Intergenerational Equity”
13 Moon Walk for Peace
Members of the group, 13 Moon Walk for Peace engaged the MIIS community in a dialogue of how each one of us can be a catalyst for positive change.
Director of Peace Corps to be Spring Commencement Speaker at MIIS
Aaron S. Williams, director of the Peace Corps, will be the speaker at the Institute’s spring commencement ceremony, scheduled for Saturday, May 21 at 1:oopm.
Spotlight on Domestic Nuclear Safety Leads National Media to CNS Experts
The state of emergency caused by a series of failures at the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan after the massive earthquake and huge tsunami of March 11 has led to a serious re-examination of safety issues at nuclear power facilities in the United States. Many media outlets have turned to the experts at MIIS’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) for comments and opinions.
CNS Research Wins Prize for Best Thesis
The Swiss Network for International Studies (SNIS) awarded CNS Postdoctoral Fellow Benoit Pelopidas the top prize for the best doctoral thesis in International Studies for 2010.

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