Monday, July 10, 2006

Policy Papers

The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) seeks to advance global security and prosperity in an era of economic and political transformation by providing strategic insights and practical policy solutions to decisionmakers. CSIS serves as a strategic planning partner for the government by conducting research and analysis and developing policy initiatives that look into the future and anticipate change. CSIS experts conduct research and analysis and develop policy initiatives that are organized around more than 25 programs grouped under three themes. With one of the most comprehensive programs on U.S. Defense & Security Policy, CSIS proposes reforms to U.S. defense organization, defense policy, and the defense industrial and technology base. CSIS Global Challenges programs offer solutions to the issues of proliferation, transnational terrorism, homeland security, and post-conflict reconstruction. With programs on demographics and population, energy security, global health, technology, and the international financial and economic system, CSIS addresses the new drivers of risk and opportunity on the world stage. CSIS is the only institution of its kind with resident experts studying the Regional Transformation of all of the world's major geographic areas. CSIS specialists seek to anticipate changes in key countries and regions–from Africa to Asia, from Europe to Latin America, and from the Middle East to North America.


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