Security for a New Century

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Security for a New Century

Political divisions in the United States Congress are more pronounced today than at any other time in recent memory. Even as access to information grows, partisanship has diminished trust in the quality and impartial nature of that information, leaving policymakers with limited access to the facts necessary to meet transnational security threats.

The Security for A New Century program aims to develop pragmatic, workable solutions to current security challenges through interactive briefings for members of Congress and their staff. Rather than advocating solutions, these sessions will educate and provide policymakers and their staff with the facts needed to craft smart policy.


Research and Analysis

June 14, 2012

The Stimson Center's Space Security Project focuses on how a properly crafted international Code of Conduct can enhance U.S. national and economic security and help avoid dangerous confrontations in space. Stimson first proposed the concept of a Code of

June 2, 2011

Senator Richard Lugar discusses his role as a sponsor of the Security for a New Century program, and the value that it brings to Congress.

May 27, 2011

Dr. Mohsen Milani joined us for a discussion on the current status of Iran-Afghanistan relations and the implications for US interests in the region.  Dr. Milani is a Professor of Politics and Chair of the Department of Government and International Affairs at the

May 16, 2011

By Michael Krepon - The US - Pakistan relationship could not have survived this long without the presence of vital common interests.  But we are now close to another divorce.
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