A non-profit, nonpartisan U.S. public policy institute founded by former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalynn. The Center is dedicated to fighting disease, hunger, poverty, conflict, and oppression through collaborative initiatives in the areas of democratization and development, global health, and urban revitalization.
The Center study international economic issues that affect the UAE and the Arab Gulf Region, namely: oil, international trade, economic blocs, domestic issues related to economic policies, labor market organization, population structure, and development of national human resources and increasing their contribution to the labor market.
The CSIS is one of the world’s preeminent international policy institutions with many online studies and multimedia resources on country situations and key functional areas, such as international finance, U.S. domestic and economic policy, and U.S. foreign policy and national security issues.
The most influential private organization in U.S. foreign policy, whose ranks include nearly all past and present senior U.S. government officials who deal with international matters, renowned scholars, and leaders of business, media, human rights, humanitarian, and other nongovernmental groups.
The ECSSR was established 1994 to conduct studies and research on topics relevant to the national security and economic and social well-being of the United Arab Emirates and the Gulf region; to facilitate the scholarly exchange of ideas and provide community services through the convening of symposia and conferences on topics related to the research agenda of the Center; and to actively assist and promote the professional development of UAE nationals through training programs.
U.S. public policy research center on domestic and international affairs, with ongoing programs of policy-oriented research in economics, political science, history, international relations, law, and other disciplines.
The IPS has served as a policy and research resource for visionary social justice movements for over four decades — from the anti-war and civil rights movements in the 1960s to the peace and global justice movements of the last decade.
The WPI was founded in New York City in 1961 to focus on complex challenges that demand cooperative policy solutions to achieve: an inclusive and sustainable global market economy, engaged global civic participation and effective governance, and collaborative approaches to national and global security.