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Steinbruner and Gallagher offer suggestions for Rebuilding the U.S.-Russia Relationship

Comments by CISSM Director John Steinbruner and CISSM Research Director Nancy Gallagher are featured as part of the Carnegie Corporation''s Rebuilding the U.S.-Russia Relationship project.

2014 Yamamoto-Scheffelin Dissertation Prize winner receives doctoral degree

CISSM Research Associate Ebrahim Mohseni received his doctoral degree at the May 22, 2015 School of Public Policy graduation. Upon the completion of his doctoral dissertation in late 2014, Mohseni was awarded the 2014 Yamamoto-Scheffelin Dissertation Prize, for his dissertation, “When Coercion Backfires: The Limits of Coercive Diplomacy in Iran.”

Catherine Kelleher Honored With Hubert H. Humphery Award

The American Political Science Association has awarded CISSM senior fellow Catherine McArdle Kelleher its prestigious Hubert H. Humphery Award in recognition of her years of public service. The award was presented at the association’s annual fall conference.

Research Fellow Daniel Levine's book, The Morality of Peacekeeping, published

Edinburgh University Press has published CISSM Research Fellow Daniel Levine''s new book The Morality of Peacekeeping, which examines the specific moral challenges confronting peacekeepers and how they can address them.

After weighing options, a majority of Americans approves Iran nuclear deal, new study finds

A majority of a national citizen advisory panel, made up of a representative sample of American registered voters, recommends Congress approve the deal recently negotiated between Iran, the United States and other permanent members of the United Nations Security Council (plus Germany) on Iran’s nuclear program, according to a new study, "Assesing the Iran Deal."

Fall Film Series Launch: 'Nuclear Tipping Point'

CISSM launched its fall 2010 film series with a September 21 showing of Nuclear Tipping Point at 7 pm in 1113 Van Munching Hall.