As the risks escalate, the argument presented in Foreign Policy 18 months ago by Stanford scholars Scott Sagan and Ben Buch is particularly timely. In Our Red Lines and Theirs, Sagan, a professor of political science and Senior Fellow at FSI and at CISAC, and Buch, a PhD candidate in Political Science, laid out the reasons why Iraq did not resort to chemical attacks against US forces and used their findings to draw lessons that could be applied to the...
The United Nations has thus far fulfilled its charter to prevent a third world war, but with 60 million refugees, continued bloodshed with unresolved civil conflicts and terrorism spreading like cancer, the world's leading peacekeeping organization must spearhead global action, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said Friday at Stanford on the 70th anniversary of the international organization.
The International Studies Association is proud to announce that Martha Crenshaw, Senior Fellow at CISAC and FSI and Professor of Political Science (by courtesy) at Stanford University has been named the 2016 recipient of the International Security Studies Section (ISSS) Distinguished Scholar Award. She is the first woman to receive this award.
A recent Lawfare blogpost by Mailyn Fidler (Class of 2014) featured research findings on zero-day vulnerabilities, the topic of both her CISAC honors thesis and a forthcoming law review paper. Fidler graduated from Stanford a year ago, having successfully completed the CISAC Honors Program in International Security Studies.