International Security Policy (ISP)

International Security Policy Curriculum

The International Security Policy concentration is designed for students interested in international conflict and conflict management, defense policy, military strategy, arms control, intelligence, peacekeeping, coercion, negotiation, and alternatives to the use of force as an instrument of policy. It provides a conceptual foundation for understanding conflict and the political, economic, and military components of policies and capabilities for coping with the possibility of war, as well as expertise for analyzing specific functional and regional security issues.

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Stephen Biddle, Professor of International and Public Affairs
Concentration Director

Jessie Laufer
Concentration Coordinator