World Security Institute

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The World Security Institute (WSI) "is a non-profit organization committed to independent research and journalism on global affairs. Given the extraordinary growth of global interdependence, WSI provides an innovative approach to communication, education, and cooperation on the social, economic, environmental, political and military components of international security.

"Through a variety of publications and services, WSI provides news and research-based analysis to policy-makers around the globe - from decision-makers in Washington, D.C., and Moscow to scholars in the Farsi- and Arabic-speaking world to scientists in China. WSI serves as an authoritative and impartial monitor of security issues, while continuing to meet the increasing worldwide demand for information and independent ideas." [1]

"The World Security Institute's divisions, which are distinguished through their broad and international scope and close collaboration with foreign specialists and media, serve to educate the public and policy-makers about U.S. and global challenges, while identifying creative solutions to meet them:

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