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About the Intersect Project

The Intersect Project's mission is to connect policymakers with academics and scholarly, policy-useful research on international security. We work to overcome the barriers in bridging the academic-policy divide by:

  • Curating compendiums of policy relevant scholarly work

  • Facilitating briefings in Washington by academics

  • Producing and commissioning high impact policy briefs, written by scholars on extant issues