Institute for Conflict and Policy Studies
The Institute for Conflict and Policy Studies was a Washington DC based organisation which appears to have been created in 1977 and to have closed down around 1991. It published a journal called Conflict from 1977 to 1991 and numbered the former US Ambassador to Nicaragua, James Theberge, as its president from 1977-79.
Funding and finances
- James Theberge, President 1977-79. Documents about the Institute are archived amongst his papers at Georgetown University.
The Institute published the journal Conflict from 1978 until 1991.
- Teodoro Halpern Professor of Physics School of Theoretical and Applied Science Ramapo College of New Jersey 1978, "Nuclear Development of a Near Nuclear Country: Argentina, a Case Study", commissioned by the Institute for Conflict and Policy Studies, Washington D.C.
Contact details, Resources, Notes
- Public Papers of the Presidents, November 6, 1981, Nomination of James Daniel Theberge To Be United States Ambassador to Chile, CITE: 1981 Pub. Papers 1016
- Georgetown University THE JAMES THEBERGE COLLECTION], accessed 12 january 2009