Migration and Transnational Flows
CISAC scholars are actively engaged in seeking to understand the causes and effects of the movement of people, money, legal and illicit goods, and even ideas across boundaries and borders.
CISAC in the news
Alexander Betts, a former postdoctoral fellow at CISAC, launched the Humanitarian Innovation Project (HIP) at the University of Oxford this past Fall. HIP takes a new approach to humanitarianism-- tapping into the skills and talents of refugees and their communities to build sustainable livelihoods. Read more »
CISAC in the news: Foreign Policy on December 5, 2012
Amy Zegart explains why private companies are developing their own intelligence units that conduct surveillance and analyze information to protect their businesses and personnel against geopolitical risks. She argues that these units, which operate much like the CIA, are becoming necessary to conduct global business. Read more »