“The attack has been quite surprising” for the amount of damage it caused, said Fabian Hinz, an arms researcher at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in Monterey to the Wall Street Journal about coordinated strikes on the heart of Saudi Arabia’s oil industry on September 14th, 2019. “We have seen quite a few drone and missile attacks against Saudi infrastructure, but in most cases the actual damage caused has been quite minimal,” said Mr. Hinz.
“Going by what they’ve said so far, they’re not too concerned about effects on talks with the U.S.,” said Joshua Pollack, an expert at the Middlebury Institute's James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies told Reuters. “Trump has given them a pass on short-range missiles,” he said. “Instead, they have indicated their displeasure with Seoul.”
“We’re trying to step into this void because most of the climate plans are really focused on the big manufacturing and industrial emitters and the big terrestrial sources of pollution,” said Jason Scorse, director of the Center for the Blue Economy "an early crafter of the Blue New Deal approach", tells The Hill.
Russian nuclear powered missile tests don’t yet indicate a serious danger to locals, Dr. Ferenc Dalnoki-Veress adjunct professor and scientist-in-residence at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) told VICE News. But there’s not enough data yet to know what the levels are like on the barges themselves.
“Behind every language is a mentality,” The Associated Press featured Conference Interpretation alumnus Alexandre Ponomarev MACI '00, chief interpreter at the Tokyo Olympics next year.“I believe in acquiring a language you also acquire a certain mentality.”
In this piece in Foreign Policy the authors argue that, "There is no longer any question of whether the country is facing the rise of domestic white supremacist terrorists. The question is how far they will go." To make their argument, Will Cathcart and Joseph Ari Epstein sought the expert opinions of CNS experts Ferenc Dalnoki-Veress and Miles Pomper.