Grooming the next generation of peace and security experts through high-level access and on-the-job training is the goal of the Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship. Since it was established in 1987 with support from Carnegie Corporation of New York, more than 150 college and graduate school graduates have been named fellows through a highly competitive program that includes a salaried position for up to nine months with participating organizations in Washington, DC.
Carnegie Corporation of New York is seeking proposals for innovative research projects that examine how new and evolving weapons systems affect nuclear deterrence, and under what circumstances they could lead to nuclear crises.
Straight talk from former Ambassador Christopher R. Hill
Carnegie Corporation of New York and the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs are joining efforts to promote new actors as well as innovative approaches in the field of peacebuilding.
Think political science is just common sense? "Maybe. But common sense is often not all that common," says Stephen Saideman.
Bridging the Gap
Del Rosso, International Peace and Security program director, explains why the
Corporation has launched a major new $5 million bridging-the-gap initiative.