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.
Head of the MIT Election Data and Science Lab discusses the greatest risks, voting by mail, zombies, and asteroids.
MIT professor of political science discusses a new U.S.-Taliban agreement and whether it will bring peace to the Afghan people.
MIT cryptography expert and election technology developer explains how to verify an election outcome.
MIT graduate student is assessing the impacts of artificial intelligence on military power, with a focus on the US and China.
In a lively poster session, more than 100 undergraduates discuss their yearlong research projects on everything from machine learning to political geography.
U.S. elections have become more “unstable,” sometimes swinging in the opposite direction from the greater electorate’s preferences.
Nuclear science and engineering and physics met political science to illuminate a new path.