International Security Studies

Events

The Post 9/11 Threat

In this interview, Counterterrorism expert Philip Mudd describes the ability of the US to identify and respond to emerging global threats such as terrorism, drug cartels, and human trafficking. Are we safer today and what is the US national security narrative in the age of globalization?

LIVE WEBCAST: Atoms for Peace Conference

This two-day conference on December 8-9 will assess the 50 year old legacy of the Atoms for Peace Proposal and will also look ahead at its relevance for dealing with nuclear energy, nonproliferarion, arms control, and terrorism. Tune in to the webcast of the event beginning at 9 a.m. (ET) each morning.

The Imperial Republic after 9/11

This article appeared in the Summer 2002 Wilson Quarterly.

Addressing the Proliferation Threat from "Rogue States"

Robert Litwak, director of the Center's Division of International Studies, argues that regime intention, rather than regime type, is the key proliferation indicator for a state, and that each of the hard proliferation cases — notably Iran and North Korea — requires a tailored strategy to address the challenge that it poses.

The New Calculus of Pre-emption

This article appeared in the Winter 2002-2003 issue of Survival, The International Institute of Strategic Studies.

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Experts & Staff

  • Robert S. Litwak // Vice President for Scholars and Academic Relations and Director, International Security Studies
  • Tonya Boyce // Program Assistant, International Security Studies