In mid-December, Associate Professor of Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies Philipp Bleek traveled to Moscow to present at a US-Russian dialogue and also met with MIIS and Moscow State Institute of International Relations dual degree students.
The December 10-11 Track 1.5 dialogue—back channel diplomacy that includes active government officials—was titled “Reducing Nuclear Risks During Great Power Competition” and was co-organized by the Washington, DC-based Center for Strategic and International Studies and the Moscow-based PIR Center. Professor Bleek presented on “Nuclear Arms Control: What Future Role?”
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Three Middlebury Institute professors traveled to Vermont to present research September 27, 2019 as part of an annual faculty forum there.
Professor Philipp Bleek and current student Cyrus Jabbari present research on Iranian biological weapons
Associate Professor of Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies Philipp C. Bleek and Cyrus A. Jabbari MANPTS ‘20 presented research on Iranian government officials’ and affiliates’ biological weapons threat perceptions and responses at Middlebury’s Washington, DC office on September 16.