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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.
MISTI to receive NAFSA 2013 Senator Paul Simon Spotlight Award
April 16, 2013Program honored for innovation in higher education
Students examine Russian networks in action
February 22, 2013MIT-Russia program sends 12 students to Moscow as part of “Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Networks” IAP course
MISTI Global Seed Funds 2012-13 winners announced
February 5, 2013
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.
Borpujari, an independent journalist based in India, joins CIS
September 17, 2012Selected as the 2012-13 Elizabeth Neuffer Fellow.
Political science PhD candidate Christopher Clary helping to shape U.S. defense policy
March 5, 2012
MISTI Global Seed Funds 2011-2012 winners announced
February 22, 2012
Samuels receives the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold and Silver Star
November 7, 2011Japanese government honors political scientist for significant contributions to scholarship and promoting friendly relations.
‘I speak MISTI’
September 13, 2011MIT program sends students abroad for experiences tailor-made for their academic and professional interests.
Ugandan journalist joins the Center for International Studies
September 1, 2011Human rights journalist Jackee Batanda receives Neuffer fellowship, will study at MIT for the next academic year.
The nuclear crisis and Japan’s government
March 17, 2011At MIT forum, experts analyze the country's response to the crisis, and give first-hand account of what it was like in Tokyo as the earthquake hit.
Bringing the MIT innovation spirit to China
December 10, 2010The new MIT Greater China Fund for Innovation awards its first research grants.
3 Questions: George Shultz on nuclear disarmament
October 18, 2010The former secretary of state (and former MIT professor) discusses his ongoing campaign to rid the world of nuclear weapons.
Journalist from Pakistan receives Elizabeth Neuffer Fellowship
September 9, 2010
Robert Davine, longtime administrative officer, dies at 57
March 18, 2010
U.S.-Cuba Relations: The Beginning of a Long Thaw?
October 13, 2009
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