3 Questions: Scott Kemp on North Korea’s nuclear program
September 27, 2013New study suggests that the secretive rogue state may have found a way to circumvent international controls on nuclear materials.
The unknowns surrounding Syria
September 12, 2013At MIT, foreign-policy experts discuss the complications of another potential military intervention in the Middle East.
3 Questions: Christopher Capozzola on the history of chemical-weapons bans
September 10, 2013MIT historian discusses the longstanding ‘taboo’ against chemical weapons, and international attempts to eliminate them.
That ’70s show
June 12, 2013In a new book, journalist and MIT fellow Christian Caryl recounts the epoch-shaping political, religious and economic upheavals launched in the year 1979.
China and Japan remain miles apart on uninhabited isles
April 17, 2013At MIT event, diplomats and scholars reinforce high stakes, lack of progress on Asian territorial dispute.
Q&A: Associate Provost Philip Khoury on foreign policy in the Middle East
December 20, 2012The Ford International Professor of History also talks about how an engineering school benefits the humanities and social science community.
Said and Done
August 16, 2011Humanities, arts and social sciences digest for July/August 2011.
U.S.-Cuba Relations: The Beginning of a Long Thaw?
October 13, 2009
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