Inquiry

Inquiry 2018: The Future Nuclear Imperative

by mdillard
Inquiry 2018: The Future Nuclear Imperative Apr 25

At this point in history, as North Korea announces its nuclear capability, is there a need for a revised Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons?

How will a new treaty on nuclear proliferation manage intervention, from military to verification? What should the rules be for those who sign on to the new treaty as well as for those that do not? What are the actual thresholds that would call for intervention, and what are the possible consequences and repercussions of that intervention?

What economic/development incentives could be offered to countries that voluntarily reduce or relinquish their nuclear industries? How could the nuclear industry be re-purposed – from technology to scientists – to environmental or economic projects?

Apr 12

Inquiry Conference 2017 by Amira Al-Subaey

by mdillard

Inquiry is the Institute’s global issues program for high school students, creating a forum for students to engage deeply with compelling issues through intensive study, role-play, and mentorship by Tufts EPIIC students studying the topic in-depth.

Apr 21

Photos from Inquiry 2016: Europe: Facing an Uncertain Future

by tuftsigl

Check out the amazing photos from this year's Inquiry program "Europe: Facing an Uncertain Future." 

Apr 13

Inquiry 2015 Wraps Up

by jessiewallner

Russian Duma MP Ilya Ponomarev delivered this year’s Hunter Farnham Inquiry Memorial Lecture on the Russia-U.S. relationship as more than 170 high school students gathered to discuss and debate “Russia’s Future with the Post-Soviet States” for the 23rd annual Inquiry program.
 

Apr 09

Inquiry 2015 Begins

by tuftsigl

2015 Inquiry begins with Keynote Address by Anastasia Popova, "Russia's Foreign Policy."

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