Georgetown University Center for Security Studies

The Georgetown University Center for Security Studies (CSS) in the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service offers an expansive curriculum, in-depth research and critical dialogue on security issues. Former Director Michael E. Brown created the Center in 2000 with a mission to produce a new generation of analysts, policymakers, and scholars fully knowledgeable about the range of international and national security problems and foreign policy issues of the 21st Century.

Video by the Georgetown University Center for Security Studies. Panel discussions - Panel 1: What Next? Global Trends and Threats

Dr. Daniel Byman's progress report on the current and future prospects for The War on Terrorism at the Georgetown University Center for Security Studies.

Continue on for a description and link to the first seven podcasts.

Dr. Sean McFate discusses the future of warfare, what it might look like, and why.

The Center for Security Studies Lunch Series: "Interrogation, Intelligence Gathering, and Public Policy" - A Conversation with John McLaughlin and Dr. Elizabeth Arsenault.

Couldn’t make the 2016 Mad Scientist Conference? Continue on for the video presentations.