New book, “Beyond 9/11,” explores the country’s multifaceted security needs in the 21st century.
Designed for students, the program explores on a grand scale how technology can aid or hinder human rights.
Esteemed scholar and extraordinary steward of institutions and people was known to light up the academic landscape.
Alumni from MISTI’s Empowering the Teachers program innovate together to save lives.
Seminar XXI links policymaking and academia by bringing together military and civilian executives with scholars from MIT and beyond.
The prize, which provides financial support to women working toward a PhD in international affairs, will be applied toward her research into proxy warfare.
Professor Thomas Peacock is a member of the UN Global Compact Task Force urging coordinated international response for offshore and shipping industries.
The former special advisor to two Japanese prime ministers fostered US-Japan relations.
MIT graduate students launched the Future Strategy Forum to advance women in security studies.
At MIT’s Starr Forum, experts consider whether the coronavirus crisis might lead to a rethinking of defense strategies.
MIT professor of political science discusses a new U.S.-Taliban agreement and whether it will bring peace to the Afghan people.