The Middlebury Institute’s James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies hosted a conference March 29-30 for high school students from Japan, Russia, and the U.S. to address issues of nuclear nonproliferation and disarmament.
Scientist-in-Residence Dr. George Moore assisted Interpol in a workshop to train prosecutors, police, and security forces from Panama and the Bahamas in the prosecution of crimes involving the illegal trafficking of nuclear and other radioactive materials.
"Before the United States killed it, the INF Treaty didn’t just stem the arms race with Russia—it stopped the spread of nuclear weapons around the world," argues James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies Senior Research Associate Sarah Bidgood MANPTS '16 in the newest edition of Foreign Policy magazine.
The annual meeting of James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies’ International Advisory Council addressed relations with Russia, initiatives to foster diversity in the national security field, and the challenges of radiological weapons, among other themes.
The Middlebury Institute community is mourning the passing of Dr. Raymond A. Zilinskas, longtime adjunct faculty member and director of the Chemical and Biological Weapons Program at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies.