Columbia International Affairs Online: Policy Briefs

Center for International Security and Cooperation


The Center for International Security and Cooperation, part of Stanford University’s Institute for International Studies, is a multidisciplinary community dedicated to research and training in the field of international security. The Center brings together scholars, policymakers, scientists, area specialists, members of the business community, and other experts to examine a wide range of international security issues. CISAC publishes its own series of reports and papers on its work and also sponsors a series, Studies in International Security and Arms Control, through Stanford University Press.

Additional Materials from Center for International Security and Cooperation: Working Papers

Policy Briefs

Title: Worst Practices Guide to Insider Threats: Lessons from Past Mistakes
Authors: Matthew Bunn, Scott D. Sagan
Date: April 2014

Title: The Digital Economy: Potential, Perils, and Promises
Authors: John Villasenor
Date: March 2014

Title: Nuclear Energy and Nuclear Security in South Korea
Authors: Siegfried S. Hecker, Chaim Braun, Robert Forrest, Peter Davis
Date: December 2013

Title: Making discoveries in virtual worlds via the Cloud
Authors: Frank Pabian (ed.)
Date: May 2013

Title: Longer Q&A on North Korea: Backgrounder
Authors: Siegfried S. Hecker
Date: April 2013

Title: Longer Q&A on North Korea
Authors: Siegfried S. Hecker
Date: April 2013

Title: For Each and Every Child: A strategy for Education Equity and Excellence
Authors: Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar
Date: February 2013

Title: Climate and Social Stress: Implications for Security Analysis
Authors: Thomas Fingar, David Lobell
Date: November 2012

Title: Statement by Col. Joseph Felter (Ret.) before the U.S. House Armed Services Committee
Authors: Joseph Felter
Date: July 2012

Title: A History of KEDO 1994-2006
Authors: Robert Carlin, Joel Wit, Charles Kartman
Date: July 2012