Chicago Project on Security and Threats

Founding Year: 2004



Chicago Project on Security and Threats
(2004; University of Chicago; 62 staff;

The Chicago Project on Security and Threats is an “international non-partisan security affairs research institute based at the University of Chicago.” It is “dedicated to advancing scholarship on international politics, security, and trade that advances peace and prosperity.” CPOST “brings together leading scholars at the University of Chicago conducting rigorous, data-driven research on issues of national and international importance to provide critical knowledge to policymakers, scholars, and the public.”


Leadership: Robert Pape (Director)

Chicago Project on Security and Threats contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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