Petal Gahlot, a second-year student in the Middlebury Institute’s translation and interpretation program recently interpreted at an official meeting of Indian Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and French President Emmanuel Macron.
A new multi-institutional report co-authored by experts from the Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies warns that advances in 3D printing and Artificial Intelligence could help spread weapons of mass destruction.
It is easy to destroy treaties, but very hard to reach consensus in international negotiations Dr. Anatoly Antonov, Russian Ambassador to the U.S., told students in a special session of an arms control negotiation simulation class.
Zimbabwean artist Moses Nyanhongo shared his sculpting technique and the cultural background of the world acclaimed Shona Sculpture Movement at a live demonstration and reception at the Holland Center Courtyard on September 26, 2019.
The Center for the Blue Economy at the Middlebury Institute and the Blue Frontier Campaign put forward an Ocean Climate Action Plan (“Blue New Deal”) as a way for the US to respond to climate impacts on the world ocean.
Middlebury Institute International Environmental Policy alumnus Kouassigan Tovivo has specialized in international climate negotiations and capacity building but hopes to eventually bring his expertise back to his native Togo.
The 2019 Summer Peacebuilding Program offered 16 participants from all over the U.S. and the world the opportunity for in-depth exploration on building peace in societies emerging from conflict, violence, or war, bridging theory and practice.