A research hub of the Jackson School dedicated to the study of international history, grand strategy, and global security
Founded in 1988, ISS is a research hub of the Jackson School dedicated to the study of international history, grand strategy, and global security.
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ISS convenes academics and practitioners around four core project areas: America, China, and Eurasia; Maritime and Naval Studies; Africa Security; and Artificial Intelligence, Emerging Technologies, and National Power.
Grand Strategy Program
The Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy offers a year-long course to Yale students that addresses large-scale, long-term strategic challenges of statecraft, politics, and social change.
Each year, ISS hosts a number of promising young scholars who conduct cutting-edge research at Yale.
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ISS hosts lectures, symposia, workshops, and conferences to further advance the dialogue around important topics in security studies.