july 10, 2014
Michael Onderco, a former Visiting Scholar at the Saltzman Institute, has published a book titled "Hawks, Doves, and 'Rogues': Liberal Democracies and the Dilemma of Reponse to Rogue States." Mr. ... more
july 09, 2014
SIWPS Member Austin Long was quoted by Bloomberg News today in a story about the the harsh rule being imposed in Mosul and other parts of Iraq by Islamic State extremists. "...Even if the ... more
june 29, 2014
SIWPS Member Stuart Gottlieb has an article in the Daily Beast today about the Obama Administration's Iraq policy. The article can be found here. more
The Institute of War and Peace Studies was founded in 1951 under the sponsorship of Dwight D. Eisenhower during his tenure as president of Columbia University. In March 2003, the Institute was renamed The Arnold A. Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies (SIWPS) in honor of Ambassador Arnold A. Saltzman.
The Arnold A. Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies publishes periodic electronic newsletters throughout the academic year and maintains an e-mail distribution list informing recipients of upcoming events and related items of interest.
We invite anyone interested in international security to join the conversation in the International Security Studies Forum (ISSF), an open discussion board and resource for scholarly work. You can find reviews and essays from the ISSF on their website, and you can join the ISSF message boards, which it shares with H-Diplo, by signing up here and choosing "H-Diplo" from the drop-down list.
In July 2013, the Institute sponsored its Seventeenth Summer Workshop on the Analysis of Military Operations and Strategy (SWAMOS).
The Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies is the Institutional Affiliate for the International Security Policy (ISP) Concentration in the School of International and Public Affairs's Master's degree program in International Affairs.
The Saltzman Working Paper Series feature drafts of research or essays in progress that feature research performed by scholars affiliated with the Arnold A. Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies.