What is INSS?The mission of INSS is to conduct strategic studies for the Secretary of Defense, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the Unified Combatant Commands to support the national strategic components of the academic programs at NDU and to provide outreach to other US governmental agencies and to the broader national security community.
NEW Strategic Perspectives: Deception, Disinformation, and Strategic Communications
Strategic Perspectives 11 Deception, Disinformation, and Strategic Communications: How One Interagency Group Made a Major Difference By Fletcher Schoen and Christopher J. Lamb FOREWORD: In this era of persistent conflict, […]
Conflict Records Research Center is featured in a Foreign Affairs article
The Foreign Affairs, published by the Council on Foreign Relations, recently published an article by Amatzia Baram an Iraq expert, who references the Conflict Records Research Center in a recent article on Saddam Hussein […]
September 2013 Transitional Justice for Syria Nicholas Rostow Key Points Syrian political and community leaders are already planning for postconflict “transitional justice.” Transitional justice refers to the wish to […]
August 2013 The Rebalance to Asia: U.S.-China Relations and Regional Security Phillip C. Saunders Key Points The rebalance responds to the Asia- Pacific region’s increased economic and strategic weight and […]
Transcript for: Indo-Chinese Relations & Border Issues in Northeast India: A View from India Presented by: Dr. Namrata Goswami, Jennings Randolph Senior Fellow at U.S. Institute of Peace (USIP); and […]