International Security Studies at Yale

International Security Studies (ISS) at Yale was founded in 1988 and is co-directed by Paul M. Kennedy and Adam Tooze. Our unit is supported by the Smith Richardson Foundation, the Jewett Foundation, and the Friends of ISS.  John Lewis Gaddis directs the Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy, which operates under ISS’s auspices. Although ISS is not a degree-granting program, our faculty members write and … Continue reading International Security Studies at Yale

Center for Global Studies, George Mason University

The Center for Global Studies (CGS) at George Mason University was founded to promote multidisciplinary research on globalization and international affairs. CGS is a research center comprising more than 100 associate faculty members whose collective expertise spans the full range of the humanities, the social and natural sciences, and information technology and engineering, as well … Continue reading Center for Global Studies, George Mason University