EXTRAÑO INFORME ADVIERTE SOBRE “EPIDEMIA DE DISTURBIOS GLOBALES”

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Minerva Initiative Minerva Initiative

Priority Research Topics for FY 2016

The topics listed are intended to provide a frame of reference for current Minerva interests though not to be restrictive. Topics are not mutually exclusive and proposals may consider issues relating to questions, scope, or regions beyond those listed.

Download the topic descriptions, click on the table below, or learn more about the FY16 Funding Opportunity Announcement.

I. Identity, Influence, and Mobilization

Culture, identity, and security

Influence and Mobilization for change

II. Contributors to Societal Resilience and Change

Governance and rule of law

Migration and urbanization

Populations and demographics

Environment and natural resources

Economics

III. Power and Deterrence

Global order

Power projection and diffusion

Beyond conventional deterrence

Area studies

IV. Analytic Methods and Metrics for Security Research

V. Innovations in National Security, Conflict, and Cooperation

Learn how to submit proposals for new research related to these topics.

Q: How do you pick these topics?

The Minerva Research Initiative aims to target its funded research at the most important fundamental knowledge gaps impacting national security. Each spring the Minerva program staff invites government communities of interest to send ideas for topics the Minerva program might prioritize for future university research solicitations. These suggested topics (or the research questions that could be distilled) make up the bulk of the priority research topics currently listed.

To submit ideas or learn more about this process, contact Minerva staff.

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