Our research addresses security as a complex human construct to be understood across multiple, interdependent human, economic, civil/civic, defence, and diplomatic policy domains.
The Institute welcomes opportunities to collaborate with individual researchers and commentators and academic institutions, and to publish high quality papers, particularly with a policy making focus.
The Institute has published its own assessment of the key issues and questions regarding threats to peace and prosperity in the region which will guide its research and publishing. That paper can be found here.
A multi-disciplinary journal for decision-makers and academics in security policy
Arising from a research project, or as an occasional contribution on an issue of significance, The Institute publishes Occasional Papers.
Papers may be submitted to be peer reviewed or as commentary.
High quality papers accepted by The Institute may be published multilingually.
Acceptance of papers, and any decision on multilingual publication, are at the sole discretion of The Institute.
Should you wish to submit a paper for consideration, contact the CEO at email@example.com
Digital Engagement and Diplomacy
The Institute is committed to using succinct digital infographics to inform and engage policy makers and the public on current security issues.