Center for Strategic and International Studies

Program support
For the Commission on Security Threats to Financial Markets.

The commission will conduct research, publish reports and recommendations, and disseminate its findings to policy and business communities.  The goals of the project will be to: (1) develop an integrated vision of the relationship between economics and security in the 21st century; (2) identify security threats and market vulnerabilities with major economic implications; and (3) advance practical recommendations to address potential gaps in government and private capabilities.

CSIS is a public policy institution established in 1962 that conducts research and analysis and develops policy initiatives on defense and security matters, the economic and political challenges of globalization, and regional transformation in the U.S. and around the globe.  CSIS employs 220 full-time staff and has a large network of affiliated experts.