Recent Highlights

  • The Finnish Model for National Defense Blog Post #2 by Lionel Oh

    On the side trip to Helsinki as part of this year’s ALLIES Joint Research Project in Estonia, some of us visited the National Museum of Finland.

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  • PNDP: Energy Resilience in Puerto Rico By Cody Eaton

    As a participant in the Program for Narrative and Documentary Practice (PNDP) this past spring, I’ve come to learn that headlines only capture a fraction of reality, and thus it is important to amplify what plays out in their shadows.

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  • Joint Research Project in Estonia, Blog post #1by Benjamin Cooper

    After arriving in Tallinn to warm weather and sunlight, the Tufts, West Point, and Naval Academy contingents began the Joint Research Project at US Embassy Tallinn. We met with Deputy Chief of Mission Elizabeth Horst, ODC Chief Jason Gresh, Defense Attachè Povilas Strazdas, Political/Economic Chief John Spykerman, and Assistant Public Affairs Officer Julia Smart.

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  • Cyber-attacks in Estonia Blog Post #1 Lionel Oh

    It has been six days since we arrived in Estonia, and this small Baltic state and its plethora of unique problems and circumstances has really piqued my curiosity. When you have 45,000 square kilometers to share among a population of 1.3 million, there is a lot of land to go around. But that small population size also poses limitations to Estonia's economic and military capabilities.

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  • UN STI Forum by Jiaxun (Leila) Li

    My first conference at the United Nations was deeply illuminating, despite the many esoteric acronyms. The STI Forum is short for the Multi-stakeholders Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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  • Oslo Freedom Forum & Internship with Albert Einstein Institution by Claire Trilling

    I stepped off the plane in Oslo, Norway excited to attend the Oslo Freedom Forum, a gathering of the world’s most notable human rights activists, journalists, policymakers, technologists, and artists who share the goal of making the world a more democratic and peaceful place.

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  • David Rawson Memorial Lecture by Dr. William Overholt by Peter de Guzman

    SURGE held its annual China-U.S. Symposium on April 13th-14th. This symposium was composed of four panels, a lecture, and a keynote speech by Singaporean Ambassador to the United States Dr. Ashok Kumar Mirpuri. Following a riveting panel entitled “A Nuclear North: What Korea Means to Sino-US Relations,” SURGE presented the David Rawson Memorial Lecture by Dr. William Overholt.

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  • EPIIC 2018-19: Migration in a Turbulent World • EXP 0079XF

    Fall 2018/Spring 2019 • Tuesdays, Thursdays • 3:00-4:15pm

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  • Announcing an Institute for Global Leadership Challenge Grant!

    We are very excited about the upcoming year for IGL!  EPIIC will be tackling “Is the Liberal World Order Ending?”; ALLIES will be holding its annual civil-military conference on the defense industry and the global arms trade; Engineers Without Borders has started two new projects in Malawi and Nicaragua; BUILD Latin America has started two new projects in Ecuador and Honduras; NIMEP is explori

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