LTG Charles D. Luckey by Samuel Weitzman

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LTG Charles D. Luckey by Samuel Weitzman Oct 03

On Monday, October 2, 2017, LTG Charles D. Luckey visited Tufts for a wide-ranging conversation about the U.S. armed forces, the future of conflict, and the state of American civil-military relations. As the Chief of the U.S. Army Reserves and Commanding General of the U.S. Army Reserve Command, LTG Luckey spoke with the authority of four decades of experience and insight. Three groups sponsored the event: Tufts ALLIES, the Tufts University International Relations Program, and the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy International Security Studies Program.

Aug 30

Welcomed by 2,000 Japanese Self-Defense Force Cadets by Daniel Lewis

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When undergraduates enter a college cafeteria, they often don’t expect much. A few miscellaneous vegetables, various sets of fried foods and a reliably consistent mediocrity.

Aug 29

Professional National (and Personal) Education by Eva Kahan

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The National Defense University feels a bit detached from your average Washington, DC national security institution.

Aug 29

Nancy Pelosi, New Citizens, and Free La Croix: A Day in the Life of a San Francisco Democrat Intern by Alison Bogy

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An average day at the San Francisco Democratic Party:

10am: I arrive at the Oakland Paramount Theater, where the bi-monthly New Citizen Swearing in Ceremony is almost over. I greet my boss and the five other interns, before picking up a pen and a clipboard stacked with voter registration forms.

Aug 14

Lessons in Ideological Diversity: ALLIES Joint Research Project in Japan by Nicole Bardasz

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When I applied to the Joint Research Project through ALLIES last fall, I didn’t quite know what I was getting into. Over the next few months, through planning meetings with fellow JRP-ers at Tufts and the Naval Academy, and with help from the IGL, our trip and research plans slowly crystallized into form.

Aug 09

Confronting a Different World View: ALLIES Joint Research Project in Japan by Conor Friedmann

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This summer I had the opportunity to participate in the ALLIES Joint Research Project along with three other Tufts students – Daniel Lewis (A’20), Nicole Bardasz (A’20) and Michael Olesberg (A’19). We were accompanied by three cadets from the U.S. Military Academy and three midshipmen from the U.S. Naval Academy.

Jul 19

Internships with The World Affairs Council and the San Francisco Democratic Party by Alison Bogy

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This summer, the IGL has partially funded some of the costs accrued between my two part-time internships. One internship is working at The World Affairs Council, a national nonprofit that hosts events and recruits speakers with the goal of stimulating discussion on international affairs.

Jul 17

Complex Operations in a Simplistic World by Eva Kahan

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When I decided to intern for the summer at the National Defense University’s Center for Complex Operations, my family and peers questioned whether the organization had any mission.

Jun 13

ALLIES joint research project: Japan

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We met with scholars, academics, military officers, and government officials at places like the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS), the National Defense Academy, the U.S. Embassy, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Prime Minister’s Office.

Apr 24

FieldEx 2017 by Emily Spak

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On April 7th-8th, Tufts students participated in a live-action simulation called FieldEx, hosted by civilian-military relations organization ALLIES. FieldEx combines political, diplomatic, and military components in a peacekeeping and stability scenario that plays out on a paintball field.

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