International Security Program (Belfer Center)

U.S. national interest

International Security Program (Belfer Center)
(1976; Cambridge, MA;

The Belfer Centre’s Program  works to address “the most pressing threats to U.S. national interest and international security.” It supports “young scholars with its fellowship program and sponsors and edits the quarterly journal International Security, a leading peer-reviewed journal of security affairs that provides sophisticated analyses of contemporary security issues and discusses their conceptual and historical foundations.”


Leadership: Steven E. Miller (Director)

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