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Eliminating Nuclear Dangers Worldwide

To learn more about the MacArthur Foundation's support of eliminating nuclear threats from around the world, visit http://www.macfound.org/ips. Read More

White House Needs Science and Tech Expertise

The White House lacks the science and technology expertise necessary to adequately address key policy issues, from energy and the environment to national security, according to a new report from the Woodrow Wilson Center for International ... Read More
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Ernesto Lopez Portillo, Institute for Security & Democracy

Ernesto Lopez Portillo, Institute for Security & Democracy, 2007 recipient of the MacArthur Award for Creative & Effective Institutions. Read More

The MacArthur Foundation in Russia: Report on Activities

Message From The President The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation is a private foundation, headquartered in Chicago, which provides approximately $260 million in grants annually to universities, charitable and non-governmental organizations, and talented individuals ... Read More

Satellite Images Reveal Syria Dismantled Suspected Reactor Site

Satellite images of Syria show that a suspected reactor site that was the target of an Israeli raid in September 2007 was recently dismantled. The Institute for Science and International Security compared images from August 10 ... Read More

Remarks by Jonathan Fanton at MacArthur’s Science, Technology and Security Policy Meeting

MacArthur President Jonathan Fanton reflects on the recent successes in deepening scholarship on international security issues. Read More

MacArthur Supports Dialogue with North Korea

The Center for International Security and Cooperation's John Lewis led an unofficial delegation to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) late last year to talk with senior officials about their nuclear program. Read More

Commentary from Jonathan Fanton on Carnegie Endowment’s New Vision Launch

MacArthur President Jonathan Fanton reflects on the many similarities between MacArthur and the Carnegie Endowment, including a shared desire to be "non-ideological and influential." Read More

MacArthur Awards $5 Million for Expansion of Carnegie Endowment

The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace has announced its New Vision to transform the Center into the first multinational think tank. Read More

China Becoming "Semi-Superpower"

The first issue of the China Journal of International Politics, created with MacArthur support, is generating lively discussion about China's global role.  Yan Xuetong, a foreign affairs specialist at Qinghua University in Beijing, writes that ... Read More

Remarks by Lukas Haynes at the Public Announcement of the Jefferson Science Fellows

Lukas Haynes, one of MacArthur's International Peace and Security Program Officers, discusses the importance of communication between policymakers and experts in the fields of science and technology. Read More

MacArthur Invests $5.3 Million to Help Reduce Nuclear and Biological Weapons Dangers

MacArthur announced 12 grants totaling nearly $5.3 million to reduce the dangers posed by nuclear and biological weapons and materials. Read More

Meeting National Security Requirements in Containing Nuclear Materials

Understanding that new terrorist threats require new prevention strategies, the MacArthur Foundation recently began funding the Project on Government Oversight, a nonprofit government watchdog group that recently examined how sites containing weapons grade nuclear material could ... Read More

ENewsletter: Bringing Science to Bear on Security Policy

Contents In Focus: Bringing Science to Bear on Security Policy From the Field: Justice Delivered Russian Police Torture Case Newsroom: Illinois: "Model" State for Juvenile Justice Reform MacArthur Supports Research on Internet Censorship Can Proliferation Be ... Read More

$8 Million in Support to Expand Pool of Science and Security Experts

MacArthur announced four grants totaling nearly $8 million to Carnegie Mellon, Cornell and Princeton universities and the Georgia Institute of Technology Read More

Staff

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Stephanie Platz

Managing Director, International Programs
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Emma Belcher

Director, International Peace and Security
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Igor Zevelev

Director, Russia Office
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Mikhail Troitskiy

Deputy Director, Russia Office
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John Fei

Program Officer
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Kimberly Collins

Executive Assistant

Renee Munro

Executive Secretary, International Peace & Security

Rossi M. Polenica

Program Assistant

Media Contact

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Sean Harder

Communications Officer