International exchange

Abe Fellowship Program

The Abe Fellowship Program fosters the development of and connection between US and Japan-based researchers interested in policy-relevant topics. The program was established in 1991 by the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership (CGP).

Understanding Violent Conflict

The Understanding Violent Conflict program is a series of research collaborations with institutions in Africa and the Middle East, Europe, and Asia intended to expand scholarship on violent conflict around the world.

Drugs, Security and Democracy Program

The Drugs, Security and Democracy program supports research to create a more systematized knowledge base on drugs in Latin America and the Caribbean and develop alternatives to modern drug policies in the region.

Cuba Program

The Cuba Program is designed to extend scholarly relations between Cuba and the United States by organizing travel by researchers, enabling the translation and publication of Cuban scholarly works, and maintaining Cuban libraries, archives, and museums.

Transregional Collaboratory on the Indian Ocean

The Transregional Collaboratory unites scholars across the region and the globe focusing on the implications of environmental issues such as saltwater intrusion, disruption of traditional trade patterns, and changing migration dynamics.