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5th Annual ALLIES Civil Military Relations Conference on "Security, Society and the New Climate Regime" by Dylan Miles (A’21)

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5th Annual ALLIES Civil Military Relations Conference on "Security, Society and the New Climate Regime" by Dylan Miles (A’21) Jan 17

On November 10th, Tufts ALLIES, a program of the Institute for Global Leadership, kicked off its fifth annual Civil Military Relations Conference (CMRC) on “Security, Society, and the New Climate Regime.” This conference centered the importance of climate change for national security policy professionals, in both military and civilian fields. Tufts ALLIES was joined by partner chapters from the US Military Academy at West Point, the US Naval Academy, and the US Coast Guard Academy, as well as students interested in the science and policy of climate change from across the Boston area.

Jan 04

Sexual Violence in Myanmar’s Rohingya Crisis: Film Screening and Conversation By Adriana Pappas

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Content Warning: This article discusses sexual assault and violence.

Dec 27

IGL Alumni Panel "Mind, Body, Schisms: Conflict and Cognitive Science"

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What is going on in the mind of individuals in conflict settings?  How does your brain respond to “others” who do not fit in to your social group?  Conflict and fear are closely related, and they can be analyzed through a scientific lens.

Dec 20

NIMEP Symposium on “Yemen: Civil Conflict and Intervention” by Taylor Lewis and Colin Kennedy

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On Friday, November 30, NIMEP hosted its first symposium on “Yemen: Civil Conflict and Intervention” to help the campus understand this history and geopolitics of the current war, its complexities and its humanitarian consequences.

Dec 12

Engaging with the World: My Time at the U.S. Mission to the EU by Laura Schiemichen (F’19)

by jtijssen

The city of Brussels is currently transforming its shop windows: slowly, they are filled with lights, pine decorations, and a spiced shortcrust biscuit called speculoos. I am anxiously awaiting the first Christmas markets and the annual holiday transformation at le Grand Place.

Dec 04

Preventing Deadly Conflict Lecture with Professor Abiodun Williams by Atrey Bhargava (A’21)

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During Parents’ Weekend, Director of the Institute for Global Leadership and Professor of the Practice of International Politics at The Fletcher School Abiodun Williams spoke about his experiences with preventive peacekeeping and the role of International Institutions in facilitating peace and justice across the world.