International Security Policy (PISP)
The Program on International Security Policy (PISP) is a widely attended and intellectually vigorous workshop at the University. PISP’s activities revolve around a simple and important goal: to serve as a major center for scholarship and graduate student education for deep understanding of mainstream issues of international security. The workshop provides a forum for faculty and students to present original unpublished research papers, commonly a draft of a journal article or dissertation or book chapter. Topics include all aspects of the causes of war and peace, American national security policy, and international security affairs.
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