The international relations faculty is tightly connected with scholars in other areas of political science and other disciplines, and it encourages graduate students to develop such connections as well. Particularly close cooperation exists with colleagues in political philosophy (which contains a unique concentration of scholars working on international issues) and some areas of American and comparative politics.
The International Relations group in the Politics Department also teaches within the Woodrow Wilson School, where many international relations faculty are jointly appointed.
The Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance sponsors numerous conferences and hosts post-doctoral and faculty fellows from all over the world.
The Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies houses fellows, funds conferences and speakers, and supports courses and student research.
The Princeton Project on National Security sponsors conferences, working groups, policy reports, and research on American foreign policy.
The European Union Program at Princeton and the Program in Contemporary European Politics and Society sponsor events and research on modern Europe.
The Mamdouha S. Bobst Center emphasizes issues of global development, justice and peace.
The Program on Science and Global Security at the Wilson School focuses on nuclear arms control, disarmament and nonproliferation.
The Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination funds conferences, research and policy analysis on issues of state sovereignty, boundaries, and autonomy as it relates to international law.
The Center for International Security Studies provides a home for the study and debate of national and international security at Princeton and supports a variety of educational, research, enrichment, and outreach activities. It also seeks to establish research and policy links with other institutions around the world.
In addition, the Program on Law and Public Affairs helps coordinate a growing community of scholars researching international and comparative law; the Program in Science, Technology and the Environment sponsors courses, research, conferences, speakers and an undergraduate certificate; the Princeton-Harvard China and the World Program hosts post-doctoral fellows whose work combines innovation in international relations theory with rigorous study of Chinese foreign policy; and the University Center for Human Values has an active focus on normative and philosophical analysis of world politics.
The department and University also maintain student exchanges and collaborative programs with a range of outside institutions active in international studies, including the Brookings Institution and New York University School of Law.