- The Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale
The Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale, commonly referred to simply as the MacMillan Center, is Yale University's research and educational center for international affairs and cultural studies.
The MacMillan Center was created in the 1960s as the Concilium on International and Area Studies and later renamed in the 1980s as the Yale Center for International and Area Studies (YCIAS). In April 2006, YCIAS was renamed as The Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale. The center is currently headed by political science professor Ian Shapiro.
Jackson Institute for Global Affairs
In April 2009, Yale announced it had received a $50 million gift to create the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs as a part of the MacMillan Center. The Institute opened its door in the 2010 fall semester and is now home to Yale's "Master’s Program in International Relations" and the undergraduate majors in "International Studies" and "Global Affairs." Notable "Senior Fellows" involved in the program include retired four-star general Stanley McChrystal, former head of the CIA James Woolsey and Judge Richard Goldstone among others.
- Eric Alterman MA IR - political blogger (Altercation), commentator on MSNBC, Professor of English at Brooklyn College 
- A. Doak Barnett MA IR '47 - scholar of Chinese foreign relations, Professor at Columbia University and fellow at the Brookings Institute 
- Janet Beer MA IR '95 - Vice-Chancellor of Oxford Brookes University 
- Kenneth Brown MA IR '60 - former U.S. ambassador to Congo-Brazzaville, Cote d'Ivoire, and Ghana; President of the Association for Diplomatic Studies and Training at the Foreign Service Institute 
- Randy Charles Epping MA IR - author and economist
- James H. Fowler MA IR '97 - political scientist specializing in social networks, cooperation, political participation, and genopolitics; coiner of the term Colbert Bump
- Morton Halperin PhD IR - expert on foreign policy and civil liberties; served in the Johnson, Nixon, and Clinton administrations including as Director of Policy Planning at the State Department.
- Peter Hart MA IR - Canadian historian
- Heyward Isham BA IR '47 - American diplomat, negotiator in 1973 Peace Accord with North Vietnam.
- Scott Kleeb MA IR - Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate in Nebraska, 2008
- Michael Lind MA IR '85 - writer, historian, and Policy Director of the Economic Growth Program at the New America Foundation
- Barry Naughton MA IR '86 - So Kwanlok Chair of Chinese International Affairs at the Graduate School of International Relations and Pacific Studies at the University of California, San Diego
- Richard Nolte MA IR '47 - American diplomat, Middle East expert.
- Matthew Parris MA IR - English journalist and former Conservative politician.
- Thomas Palley MA IR - Post-Keynesian economist
- Noah Pollak MA IR '10 - political commentator 
- Michael Rothschild MA IR '65 - economist, William Stuart Tod Professor of Economics and Public Affairs at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs.
- Pedro Moreira Salles MA IR - Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors for Unibanco.
- John Stewart MA IR - banker and unsuccessful Canadian political candidate.
- Marcel Theroux MR IR - British novelist and broadcaster.
- J. Ann Tickner MA IR '60 - feminist international relations theorist 
- Sergio Troncoso MA IR '92 - short story author 
- William Wohlforth MA IR '84 - Daniel Webster Professor of Government at Dartmouth College 
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- ^ "Senior Fellows 2011-2012". Yale Jackson Institute for Global Affairs. http://jackson.yale.edu/senior-fellows-2011-2012. Retrieved 31 August 2011.
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- ^ "William C. Wohlforth". Dartmouth College. http://www.dartmouth.edu/~govt/faculty/wohlforth.html. Retrieved 2009-10-24.
- Yale Journal of International Affairs
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