International Security Studies supports graduate-level interdisciplinary research and teaching in international, diplomatic, and strategic history. It is an interdisciplinary teaching and research unit at Yale University that reports directly to the Provost. It is largely reliant upon self-funding from external sources. It does not grant degrees, and it does not derive any income from tuition paid by any student at Yale.
The Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy at Yale operates under the auspices of ISS. The Program is supported by Nicholas F. Brady ‘52 and Charles B. Johnson ‘54. It seeks to revive the study and practice of grand strategy by preparing students to be leaders by teaching them to appreciate and apply the principles of grand strategy; by devising methods to teach grand strategy at the graduate and undergraduate levels; and by promoting a broader recognition of the centrality of grand strategy to successful, practical leadership.
If you would like to support our program, please make donations payable to Yale University, attn: International Security Studies, P.O. Box 208353, New Haven, CT 06520-8353, or by phone at 203-432-6246, or by email.