W. Alton Jones Foundation
Secure World Program
1996 Grants to Promote Common Security
For Global Strategies on Common Security
Common Security in the Former Soviet Union
- Brookings Institution * Feb 1996 - $75,000
- To develop models for extensive changes in U.S. and Russian nulcear weapons postures and operation procedures.
- International Summer Symposium on Science and World Affairs * Feb 1996 - $60,000
A Project of the Union of Concerned Scientists
- For a workshop to encourage young researchers and scientists, particularly in China, India and Pakistan, to address policy-oriented arms control and international security issues.
Common Security in the Middle East
- American Foreign Policy Council * May 1996 - $73,000
- To explore new bi-partisan American foreign policy options toward Russia, in light of the governmental elections in both countries.
- Carnegie Endowment for International Peace * Feb 1996 - $108,000
- To Strengthen Nuclear Controls and pursue nuclear nonproliferation in the former Soviet Union through research, meetings, media outreach and publications.
- Center for Arms Control, Energy and Environmental Studies * Feb 1996 - $59,640
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
- To identify and analyze technical and security policy issues associated with nuclear weapons reduction and disposition of plutonium in the former Soviet Union.
- Russian American Nuclear Security Advisory Council/STRONG> * Nov 1996 - $40,000
- To encourage and strengthen cooperative U.S. Russian approaches to securing nuclear weapons materials.
- Social Science Research Council * Nov 1996 - $100,000
New York, NY
- To evaluate the involvement of nongovernmental organizations in stimulating fundamental changes in American and Russian nuclear and security policy, emphasizing cooperative security measures.
Common Security in Northeast Asia
- Columbia University * Feb 1996 - $125,000
School of International and Public Affairs
New York, NY
- For research, workshops and an electronic database and forum on security issues in the Persian Gulf.
- Cornell University * May 1996 - $18,300
Near Eastern Studies Program
- To produce, in conjunction with the Council on Foreign Relations, a short book on the Persian Gulf security issues to inform readers of economic, political, military and energy trends in the region and to clarify U.S. policy options, particularly toward Iran.
- Initiative for Peace and Cooperation in the Middle East * Nov 1996 - $175,000
A Project of Search for Common Ground
- To facilitate a comprehensive multi-track approach to Middle East security and cooperation.
- Stockholm International Peace Research Institute * May 1996 - $65,000
- To engage regional specialists in exploring ways to promote common security in the Persian Gulf, with a focus on Iran.
Seton Hall Project on the U.S. and East Asia * Feb 1996 - $66,439
- Center for International Strategy, Technology and Policy * Feb 1996 - $125,000
Georgia Institute of Technology
- To develop a collective security regime for Northeast Asia, focusing on a limited nuclear-weapons-free zone.
- Program for International Studies in Asia * Feb 1996 - $66,439
George Washington University
- To hold a summer workshop in Shanghai, China, on international security and arms control, with Chinese and American participation.
George Washington University
Washington, DC To hold a summer workshop in Shanghai, China, on international security and arms control, with Chinese and American participation.
Common Security in South Asia
Common Security in Europe
- Center for Security Studies * Nov 1996 - $26,000
- To investigate and report on Pakistani strategic thinking as it pertains to nuclear proliferation in South Asia.
- Center for the Advanced Study of India * Nov 1996 - $65,000
University of Pennsylvania
- To promote common security measures on nuclear and technological issues in South Asia.
- Center for Defence Studies * Feb 1996 - $78,000
- For a workshop in India on arms control and security issues to involve young Pakistani, Indian and Chinese journalists and scholars.
- Henry L. Stimson Center * Feb 1996 - $190,000
- To encourage implementation of confidence-building measures and nourish cooperative securiy relations among, China, India and Pakistan.
- Pakistan Security and Development Association * May 1996 - $40,000
- For workshops on nuclear weapon and security issues in South Asia with Chinese, Indian, Pakistani and American participation.
- Centre for European Security and Disarmament * May1996 - $40,000
- To monitor and disseminate information on nuclear weapons and related security policies of NATO and other European security institutions.
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