Nuclear Security and Risk
Since its founding as the Center for International Security and Arms Control, CISAC has worked through scholarly research and Track II diplomacy to influence policies that will help reduce the dangers posed by nuclear weapons.
Carnegie Corporation of New York, the foundation that promotes "real and permanent good," has awarded a $1 million grant to CISAC to fund research and training on international peace and security issues. Read more »
CISAC is expanding its research into cybersecurity and for the first time has three fellows devoted to Internet freedom, privacy and government controls: Jonathan Mayer, Andrew Woods and Tim Junio. Read more »
CISAC in the news
CISAC's Scott Sagan sat down with the Palo Alto Weekly to discuss how academics can assist governments and international organizations in making better policy decisions, his concerns about nuclear instability worldwide, and his use of innovative teaching methods to get students to think about diplomacy and international issues. Read more »