In their new book, 'Foreign Policy Careers for PhDs,' authors Jim Goldgeier and Tamara Cofman Wittes provide PhD scholars with a practical guide into the corridors of global influence and decision-making.
Every September, The Center for International Security and Cooperation has two programs, Honors College and a seminar class, Face of Battle, that both kick off the academic year with separate, intensive trips designed to challenge the confines of the traditional classroom.
Colonel Dean Winslow, has been awarded the U.S. Public Health Service Outstanding Service Medal for his contributions towards advancing, protecting, and promoting our Nation’s key public health programs and initiatives.
Larry Diamond moderated a discussion between Ori Rabinowitz, Amichai Magen and Abbas Milani on the effects of Hamas’ attacks on Israel and what the emerging conflict means for Israel and Middle Eastern geopolitics.
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.
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.
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
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.