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Liechtenstein Institute on Self Determination, Princeton University


The Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination (LISD) supports research, publication, and teaching on self-determination, state sovereignty, boundaries, and autonomy; related sociocultural, ethnic, and religious issues; aspects of international law and international politics; strategic, political, economic, and economic-industrial matters; and the role and character of international organizations such as the UN, the OSCE, and other regional organizations and NGOs in search of greater autonomy or independence. The program is funded through the generosity of H.S.H. Prince Hans Adam II of Liechtenstein, and is directed by program founder Wolfgang Danspeckgruber, lecturer in public and international affairs at the Woodrow Wilson School.

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Policy Briefs

Title: Afghanistan Implementation Colloquium
Date: May 2010

Title: Iran's Role and Power in the Region and the International System
Date: June 2009

Title: A New Vision for Afghanistan
Date: December 2008

Title: State, Security and Economy in Afghanistan: Current Challenges, Possible Solutions
Date: November 2007

Title: Creating Stability and Prosperity in Afghanistan and the Region
Date: January 2007

Title: Iran, Its Nuclear Ambitions, the Region, and the West
Date: April 2006

Title: Iran's Security Challenges and the Region
Date: September 2005

Title: Building State and Security in Afghanistan and the Region
Date: August 2005

Title: State Building and Security in Afghanistan and the Region
Date: October 2003

Title: Stability and Viability in Afghanistan
Date: April 2003