The Five-University Collaboration on East Asian Security Cooperation supports a sustained dialogue among scholars and students from Princeton University, the University of Tokyo, Peking University, Korea University, and the National University of Singapore. This research collaboration is the first US-East Asian inter-university research network of its kind. Professors John Ikenberry, Thomas Christensen and Aaron Friedberg lead this initiative at Princeton.
Launched in 2009, the India and the World program explores India's rise and its implications for both regional and international security.
The Food and Agriculture Working Group (FAWG) is a CISS collaboration between Princeton faculty and senior policy practitioners in agriculture and international security. The FAWG investigates risks to the global food system in a changing international security context, with the aim of providing long-term policy planning for U.S. policymakers and international institutions.