The Center for Security Studies engages a large and experienced faculty who are security specialists. They publish regularly in leading scholarly and popular journals, as well as serve as advisers or analysts to leading security organizations and government agencies. Their research examines many contemporary security challenges, such as intelligence reform, comparative counterterrorism, military occupation, global intelligence networks, the intelligence-policy relationship, the role of regional organizations in international peace operations, nuclear programs, and the rise of paramilitary groups.
The prestigious Security Studies Program adjunct faculty builds on this foundation, providing a wide range of first-hand experience to the SSP students. The distinguished adjunct professors’ contribution enables the SSP to stay at the forefront of today’s security issues.