Governance, Organizations, and Security
Governance and organization issues affect government agencies' ability to transcend cultural or bureaucratic problems that can bedevil security policy. They can also impact nations' ability to cooperate with one another. Understanding and addressing these issues is a major priority for CISAC.
CISAC's Sig Hecker talks to one of India's top newspapers about why he admires that country's nuclear energy program. India's world-class nuclear researchers can still learn many lessons from the Fukushima nuclear crisis. Read more »
CISAC, FSI Stanford in the news
CISAC Faculty Member Tino Cuéllar sat down with C-SPAN's Book TV to talk about his book, "Governing Security: The Hidden Origins of American Security Agencies." Read more »
Hegghammer provides testimony to Congress on future of jihadi terrorismCISAC in the news
Terrorism expert and CISAC Zukerman Fellow Thomas Hegghammer provided testimony to the House subcommittee on Terrorism, Nonproliferation, and Trade. The hearing, titled "Global al-Qaeda: Affiliates, Objectives, and Future Challenges," focused on the future of al-Qaeda and related jihadi terrorist groups.
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- » Subcommittee Hearing: Global al-Qaeda: Affiliates, Objectives, and Future Challenges
Robert Hamerton-Kelly, former dean of the chapel and CISAC scholar, diesCISAC in the news: Stanford Report on July 18, 2013
Robert Hamerton-Kelly spent more than two decades working at Stanford, including 13 years as dean of Stanford Memorial Church and 10 years as a senior research scholar in ethics at CISAC.
A soldier and diplomat: Karl Eikenberry talks about career, the military and AfghanistanCISAC in the news
CISAC's Karl Eikenberry talks to UCtv about the future of the American all-volunteer military force and the situation in Afghanistan, through the lens of his own experiences as a soldier and diplomat.