This article is part of the Center for Media & Democracy's focus on the fallout of nuclear "spin."
ISIS (Institute For Science And International Security) is "a non-profit, non-partisan institution dedicated to informing the public about science and policy issues affecting international security. Its efforts focus on stopping the spread of nuclear weapons, bringing about greater transparency of nuclear activities worldwide, and achieving deep reductions in nuclear arsenals. ISIS's projects integrate technical, scientific, and policy research in order to build a sound foundation for a wide variety of efforts to reduce the threat posed by nuclear weapons to U.S. and international security."
- Len Ackland
- David Albright, President and founder and former UN weapons inspector.
- Fernando de Souza Barros
- George Bunn
- Joerg Menzel
- John Redick
- Kate Buehler, Fellow
- Corey Gay Hinderstein, Assistant Director and Senior Analyst
- Mary Sy, Research Analyst
- Paul Brannan - Research Analyst
- Susan Basu - Research Analyst
- Jacqueline Shire - Senior Analyst
- Khidhir Hamza - Consultant ('97-'99)
- W. Alton Jones Foundation,
- Carnegie Corporation of New York,
- Compton Foundation, Inc.,
- Ford Foundation,
- John Merck Fund,
- New-Land Foundation, Inc.,
- Ploughshares Fund,
- Prospect Hill Foundation,
- Rockefeller Brothers Fund,
- Scherman Foundation, Inc.,
- U.S. Institute of Peace, and an anonymous member of the Rockefeller family.
- ISIS also receives contributions through the federal government's Combined Federal Campaign.
Institute for Science and International Security
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Washington, D.C. 20002
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