International Institute for Security Studies

International Institute for Security Studies
(1958; London; 157 staff;

The International Institute for Security Studies is “a research institute that provides objective information on military, geopolitical and geo-economic developments that could lead to conflict.” It’s core mission is to help “the world understand and address global security challenges.” It advances it’s goal through “publications, research projects and events around the globe. These include conferences where leading defence and foreign ministers, security experts and others discuss and shape international security policy.”


Leadership: John Chipman (Director-General and Chief Executive)

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