The Moscow State Institute of International Relations and California's Monterey Institute of International Studies are collaborating to offer a new double master's degree program on Non-proliferation and Terrorism, the Russian school announced on Tuesday.
The new program is a practical approach to teaching international relations and will offer internship opportunities in Moscow, Monterey, Geneva and Vienna. It will include a staff and cohort of international teachers and students.
The focus of the program includes courses on international security management, management of global issues, nuclear energy and arms control.
The Moscow program will begin in September 2016.
The ceremony announcing the program addressed the importance of cooperation between countries to support the strengthening of peace and security on a global scale.