CISSM Global Forums have been a lunch-time tradition at SPP for over 20 years now. We hold biweekly events during the academic year featuring international policy-oriented speakers from the broader DC area. CISSM also regularly holds ad hoc special events.
CISSM Global Forums and special events bring together faculty, students, and practitioners to discuss how solving current policy challenges requires sophisticated understanding of factors and dynamics at the heart of our research and teaching agendas.Nancy Gallagher CISSM Director
The table below includes all available information on upcoming Global Forums and special events. Check back regularly for scheduling updates!
Upcoming Fall 2023 CISSM Events
|Thursday, 11/16, 12 - 1:15pm||John Ramming Chappell, Advocacy & Legal Fellow at Center for Civilians in Conflict (CIVIC)||Prioritizing Human Rights in Conventional Arms Transfer Policies: Examples from the Middle East
|Thursday, 11/30, 12 - 1:15pm||Dr. Anya Fink, Research Scientist, Center for Naval Analyses||Russia's Nuclear Weapons and the War in Ukraine||TMH 0102|
Past CISSM Events
|Thursday, 9/7/23||Dr. Joseph Siegle, Director for Research at the Africa Center for Strategic Studies at the National Defense University||Democratic Backsliding and the Rise of Global Authoritarian Actors|
|Thursday, 9/21/23||Dr. Isaac B. Kardon, Senior Fellow for China Studies at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace||China's Law of the Sea: The New Rules of Maritime Order|
|Thursday, 10/05/23||Dr. Megan A. Stewart, associate professor of public policy at the University of Michigan's Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy||Radical Repertoires: Reconceptualizing Social Revolutions|
|Thursday, 10/19/23||Dr. Sibel Oktay, nonresident senior fellow of public opinion and foreign policy at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs||Who is Truly an “Ally” and When? Evidence from an Elite Survey Experiment in the U.S.|
|Thursday, 11/2/23||Dr. Lindsay Rand, Fellow at the Center for International and Security Cooperation (CISAC)||Re-Inventing Vulnerability: Securing a Second Strike in an Era of High-Accuracy Sensing|