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2023 Eastern Mediterranean Security Roundtable

The Near East South Asia (NESA) Center for Strategic Studies, in partnership with the Turkish Asian Center for Strategic Studies (TASAM), a leading Turkish think-tank, held a roundtable discussion in Istanbul, Türkiye, from 17–19 July 2023. Scholars from Bahrain, Egypt, Israel,...

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Community Oriented Policing & Countering Violent Extremism Seminar 2022

From 27–30 June 2022, the NESA Center for Strategic Studies hosted a seminar organized in collaboration with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Ministry of Interior titled “Community Oriented Policing and Countering Violent Extremism” in Abu Dhabi, UAE. The workshop was designed to...

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Discussion with the Director of the Begin-Sadat (BESA) Center for Strategic Studies

On 30 March 2023, a group from the Near East South Asia (NESA) Center for Strategic Studies, including Deputy Director COL David Lamm, USA (Ret.); Professor Dr. Jennifer Jefferis; Professor Dr. Michael Sharnoff; Executive Officer Sam Marrero; Outreach and Alumni Coordinator Christopher...

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Eastern Mediterranean Sea Security Roundtable

From 12-14 September 2022, the Near East South Asia (NESA) Center for Strategic Studies organized a roundtable discussion on security in the Mediterranean Sea in Rabat, Morocco. Scholars and representatives of civil society from Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Tunisia, and Turkey...

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International Military Officers’ Forum 2023

From 23–27 January 2023, the NESA Center hosted foreign military officers assigned to U.S. Central Command in Tampa and embassy officials in Washington D.C. for an International Military Officers’ Forum (IMOF) titled “The Biden Administration and Global Security.” NESA Center...

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Israel/Jordan Trust to Enhance Defense and Security Cooperation Seminar

From 6 to 10 June, the NESA Center conducted a five-day seminar titled “Arab-Israeli Conflict: Israel/Jordan Trust to Enhance Defense and Security Cooperation Seminar” to assess ways to establish peace and security cooperation between Israel and Jordan. The seminar was designed to offer a...

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MABAL – Israel National Defense College Washington Program

On 21 June 2022, the Near East South Asia Center for Strategic Studies hosted 24 students and faculty from the Israel National Defense College (INDC) at Lincoln Hall on Fort McNair in Washington, DC. NESA Center Director LTG Terry A. Wolff, USA (Ret.) headed a discussion on the Russia-...

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Negev Forum Regional Security Working Group: “Opportunities for Enhancing Collective Security in the Middle East and North Africa”

On June 5–8, 2023, the Near East South Asia (NESA) Center for Strategic Studies, in support of the Office of the Secretary of Defense for Policy and the Department of State, hosted the first-ever Negev Forum Regional Security Working Group (RSWG) regional security seminar in Washington, DC...

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NESA Center Briefing at ARCENT Commander’s Conference

On 20 April 2023, the United States Army Central Command (ARCENT) conducted a Commander’s Conference at Shaw Airforce Base in South Carolina for all subordinate components and headquarters leadership focused on Security Cooperation. ARCENT invited the Near East South Asia (NESA) Center for...

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Qatari Diplomatic Institute Virtual Seminar

From 08-10 November 2021, Dr. Gawdat Bahgat led the Qatari Diplomatic Institute Virtual Seminar to help foster a shared understanding of the evolving strategic landscape in the Middle East and promote mutual cooperation. The seminar was attended by over 100 officials from the Qatari...

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SANDU Military Strategy Course

From 28 January–2 February 2024, Near East South Asia (NESA) Center for Strategic Studies Professors Mark Bibbey and David Des Roches, supported by Matthew Holbert, NESA Center Program Manager, and Thomas Wagstaff, Academic Advisor, delivered the one-week Saudi War Course Strategy Module,...

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Washington Seminar – February 2024

On 14 February 2024, the NESA Center for Strategic Studies held a Washington Seminar Discussion at the Army-Navy Club in Washington, D.C. NESA Center Associate Professor Dr. Michael Sharnoff moderated a conversation between Hanin Ghaddar and David Makovsky,...

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Alumni Publication: "The Labor Party of Israel: From Core to Periphery" by Hussein Solomon and Shannon Arnold

On 22 March 2023, the article titled "The Labor Party of Israel: From Core to Periphery" authored by NESA Center alumnus Hussein Solomon and Shannon Arnold was published in the book The Palgrave International Handbook of Israel, which seeks to provide a holistic understanding of...

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Alumni Publication: "The Potential of Palestinian Gas and the Role of Regional Powers: From Promise to Action" by Antonia Dimou

On 18 September 2023, Modern Diplomacy published NESA Center alumna Antonia Dimou's latest analysis titled "The Potential of Palestinian Gas and the Role of Regional Powers: From Promise to Action." "Recent progress on the Gaza marine gas field’s development is positive news and...

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Alumni Publication: "The Stakes of the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict and the Strategic Alliances Mapping" by Dr. Arslan Chikhaoui

On 26 May 2023, the NESA Center published alumnus Dr. Arslan Chikhaoui's piece on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict titled "The Stakes of the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict and the Strategic Alliances Mapping." Read here         About the author [[{"fid":"...

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Alumni Publication: "The Supreme Court on the Reasonableness Standard: The Underlying Issues" by Pnina Sharvit Baruch and Gal Rosilio

On 27 September 2023, the Institute for National Security Studies (INSS) released a special publication titled "The Supreme Court on the Reasonableness Standard: The Underlying Issues – A guide to the judicial proceeding in the eye of the storm raging in Israeli society" authored by ...

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Alumni Publication: "U.S.-Pakistan Relations: Unraveling Complexities, Forging a Shared Future" by Syeda Tahreem Bukhari and Abdul Basit

On 29 December 2023, the NESA Center for Strategic Studies published the Op-Ed, "U.S.-Pakistan Relations: Unraveling Complexities, Forging a Shared Future," authored by alumni Syeda Tahreem Bukhari and Abdul Basit. "While Pakistan may not hold the status of an equal partner to the...

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Alumni Publication: Israel and the African Union: A South African Perspective by Hussein Solomon

On 21 February 2023, think tank Research on Islam and Muslims in Africa (RIMA) published NESA Center alumnus Hussein Solomon's latest article titled "Israel and the African Union: A South African Perspective." Read the article here         The views...

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Alumni Publication: The I2U2 minilateral group by Viraj Solanki and Dr. Hasan Alhasan

NESA Center alumnus Viraj Solanki contributed to an analysis of the recent formation of a new quadrilateral group, the I2U2, published at the International Institute for Strategic Studies. "The leaders of four countries – India, Israel, the United Arab Emirates and the United...

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CSAG Information Paper: "The Bear, the Dragon, or the Eagle: Who Will Win in Sudan?"

Subject: Analysis of the current situation in Sudan. Purpose: To present the results of the CSAG’s analysis regarding the on-going situation in Sudan. Read the full paper here View other USCENTCOM Combined Strategic Analysis Group (CSAG) Information Papers here View all CSAG...

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CSAG Information Paper: “Reawakening Threats: The Reemergence of Islamic State Amid Global Distractions”

Subject: "Reawakening Threats: The Reemergence of Islamic State Amid Global Distractions." Purpose: This paper examines the reemergence of Islamic State (IS) in the Middle East. IS continues its recruiting efforts, resulting in a steady trend of malign activities in the region, while the...

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CSAG Strategy Paper: "Panacea for Gaza"

Overview: The quest for stability in Gaza has long been a focal point of international attention, particularly in the context of the Israeli-Hamas conflict and the broader Palestinian issue. However, the traditional approach to addressing this complex challenge may be overly narrow in scope. It...

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CSAG Strategy Paper: "The Hamas – Israel Conflict: Forming A Potential 'New Normal'”

Overview: The Hamas attack on Israel on 7 October has affected not only the political and security dynamics in the ME region but also the world at large. This attack being executed simultaneously in multiple domains i.e. air, land, and sea, culminating with ‘mass hostage captivity,’ can be...

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CSAG Strategy Paper: "Yemen After the KSA-Iran Agreement: From Dreams to Harsh Reality and How This Fed Houthi Behavior in the Current Crisis"

Overview: In 2014, Houthi rebels overtook Sanaa, the capital of Yemen, in a push for increased military and political power, starting Yemen’s long-lasting civil war. The chaos created by the Houthi insurgents jeopardized the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s (KSA) ambition for stability in the region,...

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Faculty Publication: "Jordanian stamps of Islamic holy sites in Jerusalem: 1967-1989" by Michael Sharnoff

On 24 August 2023, the British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies published NESA Center Associate Professor Michael Sharnoff's research article "Jordanian stamps of Islamic holy sites in Jerusalem: 1967-1989." ABSTRACT: Jordanian postage stamp depictions of the Islamic holy sites in...

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Faculty Publication: "The United States and the War in Gaza" by Dr. Gawdat Bahgat

On 28 December 2023, Araa Magazine published NESA Center Professor Dr. Gawdat Bahgat's paper, "The United States and the War in Gaza," for its January 2024 issue. It examines the United States' short and long-term goals and efforts to end the war and build a consensus on a two-state solution...

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Middle East Institute Special Briefing: A turbulent year for MENA in 2023: Economic stresses, political instability, and the need for decisive leadership

Scholars from across Middle East Institute (MEI) weigh in on the outlook for 2023, covering key events, issues, and trends to watch in the Middle East and North Africa this year. Read the briefing on the MEI website Read the briefing as a PDF   The views presented in this article...

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NESA Center Update: February–March 2023

The NESA Center February–March 2023 Update focuses on Near East South Asia Region cyber trends. The update also highlights February through March 2023 NESA Center programs and events, faculty and staff engagements, alumni contributions, and a calendar with upcoming events....

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NESA Center Update: July – October 2023

The NESA Center July – October 2023 Update focuses on Levant region trends. The update also highlights July through October NESA Center programs and events, faculty and staff engagements, alumni contributions, and a calendar with upcoming events. Regional Trends – The...

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NESA Center Update: July-August 2022

The NESA Center Update: July-August 2022 is focused on Near East South Asia Region Trends regarding the Gulf. The update also highlights July through August 2022 NESA Center programs & events, faculty & staff engagements, alumni contributions, and upcoming events. July-August...

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NESA Center Update: May – June 2023

The NESA Center May – June 2023 Update focuses on Gulf region trends. The update also highlights May through June NESA Center programs and events, faculty and staff engagements, alumni contributions, and a calendar with upcoming events. Regional Trends – The Gulf...

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Publication des anciens : L'Algérie au centre de la politique africaine des Etats Unis à l’Ere d'une nouvelle dynamique géopolitique (Analyse) par le Dr Arslan Chikhaoui

A l’occasion de sa récente  conférence de presse, Madame l’Ambassadeur des Etats Unis à Alger, Moore Aubin,  a déclaré que: “….notre coopération sécuritaire et notre guerre commune contre le terrorisme sont la pierre angulaire de nos relations bilatérales, ainsi les deux pays œuvrent...

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