2011: Year of the OSAC
- Women in International Security. // Women's International Network News;Spring92, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p80
Profiles the Women in International Security project of the Center for International Security Studies at Maryland. Goal of promoting the roles and accomplishments of women in international security.
- WIIS Women in International Security. // Women's International Network News;Spring90, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p79
Focuses on the Women in International Security's program for foreign policy and defense professionals. Program description; Databank and directories; Contact information.
- Symposium for Women in International Relations Future Directions in International Security: A Symposium for Graduate Women // Women's International Network News;Spring90, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p79
Informs on the 1990 symposium for women in international relations, future directions in international security, a symposium for graduate women, sponsored by the Women in International Security.
- New threats. Sloggett, Dave // Fire;Sep2013, Vol. 107 Issue 1361, p42
In this article, the author focuses on the developments in international security landscape and activities of bomb makers of the militant Islamist organization Al-Qaeda. He discusses the security situation in Iraq and Syria. He states that the U.S. attacks on terrorist training camps and command...
- The OAS and confidence building in the Americas. Griffith, Ivelaw L. // North-South: The Magazine of the Americas;Sep/Oct94, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p36
Reports on the Organization of American States' (OAS) efforts at security confidence building. Spearheading of the efforts by the OAS Special Committee on Hemispheric Security; Priorities; National policy of member countries; Institutionalization of regimes into national policy; Bureaucratic...
- THE "ISLAMIC STATE": TRAJECTORY AND REACH A YEAR AFTER ITS SELF-PROCLAMATION AS A "CALIPHATE". Tomé, Luís // Janus.Net: e-Journal of International Relations;May-Oct2015, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p116
On 29 June 2014, the ISIS/ISIL or Daesh announced the change of its name to just "Islamic State" (IS), proclaimed itself a "Caliphate" and named its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi as "Caliph Ibrahim". About a year later, this article intends to evaluate the trajectory and reach of this territorial...
- TRANSNATIONAL CRIMINAL NETWORKS AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY. Levitsky, Melvyn // Syracuse Journal of International Law & Commerce;Summer2003, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p227
Assesses the effect of transnational organized crime networks on international security. Survey of transnational crime; Patterns and trends which undermine legal authority and weaken international security; Instruments and institutions developed by the international community to combat...
- Women in the Post-Communist World: The Politics of Identity & Ethnicity. Stent, Angela // World Policy Journal;Winter93/94, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p65
Discusses the problems of transition of the former Soviet Union and their effects on women. Suurupi meeting in Estonia, sponsored by Women in International Security (WIIS); Political and social no-women's land ; Redefinition of identities; Russians as no longer knowing who they are;...
- THE SOVIET UNION, THE UNITED STATES AND INTERNATIONAL S ECUIUTY. Johnson, Joseph E. // International Organization;Feb49, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p1
This article talks about the Soviet Union, the U.S. and international security. It is fortunately unnecessary, in endeavoring to assess the attitudes disclosed toward collective security by the two nations which have from the beginning played the predominant roles in all U.N. security...