2016 Ruina Nuclear Age Dinner | 2016 | News

2016 Jack Ruina Nuclear Age Dinner
Ambassador Laura Holgate, Speaker
Harlene Miller | MIT Security Studies Program

Ambassador Laura Holgate, Speaker

 

Her topic: “Multilateralism and Threat Reduction: Strengthening the Global Security Architecture.”

 

 

The MIT Security Studies Program held the Jack Ruina Nuclear Age Dinner on Oct. 21, 2016 with guest speaker, Ambassador Laura Holgate. Ambassador Holgate assumed her post as U.S. Representative to the Vienna Office of the United Nations and the International Atomic Energy Agency on July 11, 2016. Prior to that she was the Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Weapons of Mass Destruction Terrorism and Threat Reduction on the National Security Council. Addressing the group of SSP faculty, students and fellows,  spoke on “Multilateralism and Threat Reduction: Strengthening the Global Security Architecture.” The dinner series is endowed by Prof. Jack Ruina, former director of the SSP.