Crime

Scholarly Publications

Proposal for an International Convention on Cyber Crime and Terrorism, A

August 2000

The information infrastructure is increasingly under attack by cyber criminals. The number, cost, and sophistication of attacks are increasing at alarming rates.

Nuclear Smuggling Chains: Suppliers, Intermediaries, and End-Users

February 2003

This article analyzes the supply and demand sides in nuclear smuggling, as well as intermediaries between them, based on the 700 illicit trafficking incidents collected by the Stanford Database on...

Refugee Security and the Organizational Logic of Legal Mandates

July 2006

ABSTRACT: While the refugee protection system is one of international law's most recognizable features, it routinely places massive numbers of refugees in camps in the developing world, where they...

Other Publications

Summary of Defense Industry Restructuring in Russia: Case Studies and Analysis

March 1995

This report is an expanded version of the executive summary of a much larger report, "Defense Industry Restructuring in Russia: Case Studies and Analysis." Many people contributed to that report,...

More Secure World: Our Shared Responsibility, A

December 2004

United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan created the High-Level Panel on Threats, Challenges, and Change in September 2003 with SIIS and CISAC senior fellow Stephen J.

Civil Liberties and Security in Cyberspace

August 2000

Societies are becoming more dependent on computer networks and therefore more vulnerable to cyber crime and terrorism.

News

With a new president and an old party, Mexico faces uncertain future

July 2012

Enrique Peña Nieto was elected Mexico's president promising to curb the country's drug-related violence.

Cuéllar looks back on leading FSI

December 2014

For 14 years, Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar has been a tireless Stanford professor who has strengthened the fabric of university’s interdisciplinary nature.

Events

Military Culture and Civilian Victimization: The Case of American Strategic Bombing in World War II

February 2, 2006

Alexander Downes is assistant professor of political science at Duke University specializing in international security.

Where Are We in the War on Terror? A Current Assessment and Lessons

April 4, 2006

Brian Jenkins is a senior advisor to the president of the RAND Corporation and one of the world's leading authorities on terrorism.

Projects

Consortium for Research on Information Security and Policy

As part of a response to growing government concern over the threat of cyber attacks directed against critical national infrastructures, the National Security Agency (NSA) contracted with Stanford...
English

People

Elliott, David David Elliott Affiliate
Daly Sarah Zukerman Sarah Z. Daly Affiliate