Post-Cold War, militaries have grown and their missions changed. In analyzing this evolution, the Institute is exploring such key questions as these: What are the effects and costs of militarization on US foreign policy? On US society? Is security defined by the tens of thousands of peacekeeping troops on duty around the world? Can soldiers be both warriors and cultural ambassadors in the conflict zones in which they serve?
Conduct and Discipline in UN Peacekeeping Operations: Culture, Political Economy, and Gender
Cultural Awareness in the Military
Global Media Project
Human Rights at War: A Comparative Study of the Effectiveness of the Geneva Conventions
The Politics of Policing Illicit Flows
US Military Bases and Global Response
War Epiphanies: When Iraq Veterans Break Ranks