Catalyzing Change: New book discusses eco-effectiveness as an established practice for more than just individuals
Trond Arne Undheim offers a comprehensive and forward-looking exploration of eco-effectiveness, sustainability, and emerging technologies to progress through adversity and avoid returning to the status quo for governments, corporations, startups, and individuals.
Rodney Ewing recognized as the 2023 recipient of the William B. Heroy Jr. Award for Distinguished Service to American Geosciences Institute
The award is given in recognition of exceptional and beneficial long-term service to AGI
Originally for "The Economist," the alliance’s former deputy head says it needs to reinforce the strategy
Kahl, who previously served as co-director at FSI's Center for International Security and Cooperation, was the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy at the Department of Defense.
Robert Rakove sheds new light on the little-known and often surprising history of U.S. engagement in Afghanistan from the 1920s to the Soviet invasion, tracing its evolution and exploring its lasting consequences.
Russian foreign policy expert Sergey Karaganov recently called, in essence, for Russia to launch a nuclear war against the West.
Scholars at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies offer insight on what Yevgeny Prigozhin’s mutiny may signal about Russia, Putin’s power, and the war in Ukraine.
The Russian government earlier this year did a so-called “suspension” of its participation in the 2010 New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (New START), indicating that it would no longer provide biannual data updates or notifications, nor would it allow on-site inspections provided for by the treaty
New Study Reveals the Significant Presence of Cesium-rich Microparticles in an Abandoned School Close to the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant
Work recently published in the scientific journal ‘Chemosphere’ has documented the presence of large amounts of highly radioactive, poorly soluble cesium rich micro-particles (CsMPs) in an abandoned school building close to the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant (FDNPP).
The Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC) is pleased to welcome the fellows who will be joining us for the 2023-24 academic year. These scholars will spend the academic year generating new knowledge across a range of topics that can help all of us build a safer world.
Unlike previous such strategies, the new National Cyber Strategy rebalances responsibility to generate a new social contract for a resilient national cybersecurity to counter threats from malicious nations and emerging technology.
Congressman Ro Khanna Addresses Intersection of America's Economy and U.S.-China Geopolitical Challenges
The congressman joined Michael McFaul and Amy Zegart for a discussion co-sponsored by the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies and the Hoover Institution on American economic resiliency in the face of U.S. competition with China.
This powerful report on what went wrong—and right—with America’s Covid response from a team of thirty-four experts shows how Americans faced the worst peacetime catastrophe of modern times
On April 3, the Polish government confirmed that it had delivered MiG-29 fighters to Ukraine, just 11 days after the first Slovakian MiG-29s arrived in that beleaguered country.
The Guggenheim Fellowship is awarded to individuals who have demonstrated exceptional capacity for productive scholarship or exceptional creative ability in the arts and exhibit great promise for their future endeavors.
With both the multilateral nuclear nonproliferation regime and the bilateral US-Russia arms control regime facing serious setbacks in the past six months, better understanding the linkages between different agreement modalities may provide policymakers with a richer understanding of how to harness success—or failure—in one arena to improve prospects in others.
“This Casebook is an initial step at addressing a major gap in biorisk governance today"
“It’s a victory when the weapons fall silent and people speak up.”
The decision by Russian President Vladimir Putin to suspend Russia’s participation in the 2010 New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (New START) puts at risk the sole remaining treaty limiting US and Russian nuclear forces.