Academic Workshops, Dialogues and Events

The CCC stages workshops and tabletop exercises that contribute to research. We have seen important results from our events. Track II, or unofficial, bilateral dialogue meetings between the U.S. and other countries strengthen relationships and increase mutual understanding with key international players. Forward-looking academic workshops inform policy guidance by applying social science perspectives to enduring security issues. In a typical six month period, we engage diverse scholars, policy makers, and thought leaders in the countries of the U.S. as well as Brazil, Turkey, Russia, Pakistan, China, Indonesia, and others.

The Center on Contemporary Conflict has built a strong reputation for producing research, workshops, dialogues, and other events of importance to our national security.

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