Who's Keeping the Clock Ticking at the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists?

While you'd think that a publication with name like this one would have gone under long ago, you'd be wrong. Thanks to a stable of stalwart funders, The Bulletin is going strong in digital form, utilizing all the latest social media tools.
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Heavy Hitters, Deep Pockets. But Where Is This Think Tank's Money Coming From?

It may be the most influential think tank in the world on security affairs, and boasts a huge operating budget. So it's only natural to wonder who's bankrolling the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Good luck finding that out.
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Who's Betting $2 Million That New Ideas Can Curb Nukes?

A group of five funders wants to "disrupt" the staid field of nuclear security by introducing ideas and insights from other areas, including data science. And why not, since every other sector seems to be getting disrupted these days. But just how easily can the peace and security community learn new tricks?

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Why the Carnegie Corporation is Concerned About Rapid Global Change

Andrew Carnegie founded the Carnegie Corporation in 1911, a moment of ominous geopolitical changes, and global stability was an overriding concern of the steel mogul. Today, the corporation still works to address a world fraught with tumultuous change -- including through its “Dynamics of Global Power” (DGP) initiative, one of many results of a robust international emphasis it began in the 1980s.
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Can Lectures Reduce Conflict? The Carnegie Corporation Thinks So

Vartan Gregorian, the president of the Carnegie Corporation, is showing some love to the Foreign Policy Association.

The Corporation has long funded the Foreign Policy Association, primarily under its Dissemination Program — which, among other things, helps organizations publicize their work and stimulate public conversation. Carnegie's past funding for FPA supported its "Great Decisions" program, specifically secondary school programming. One grant given in 1994 focused on streghtening the FPA's network of discussion groups through assisting the group leaders. These past grants never exceeded $75,000.

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