International Security Program (CSIS)

International Security Program (CSIS)
(Washington; 235 staff; csis.org)

The Center for Strategic & International Studies’s (CSIS) International Security Program aims to “shape American national security with bipartisan, independent, and analytically rigorous analysis that helps the U.S. government and other key stakeholders make tough decisions.” It covers “conventional political-military issues, including defense strategy and policy, acquisition and industry, counterterrorism and homeland security, U.S. nuclear policy, WMD proliferation, defense budget analysis, missile defense, strategic futures, and security cooperation. ” It also works to address a “growing range of nonmilitary issues defining U.S. foreign and security policy.”

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Leadership: Seth G. Jones (Senior Vice President)
Budget: $42.9m (CSIS, 2019)

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