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2023 NESA-IISS South Asia Security Forum

From 10–12 March 2023, the Near East South Asia Center for Strategic Studies and its partner, the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS), co-hosted the 7th annual South Asia Security Forum in Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain. The NESA Center team Distinguished Professor Hassan...

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2023 Royal Jordanian National Defense College Strategic Leadership Seminar

From 21–30 August 2023, the NESA Center conducted the “Perspectives on Strategic Leadership Seminar” with students and faculty of the Royal Jordanian National Defense College (RJNDC) in Amman, Jordan. Seminar content and instruction was led by NESA Center Associate Dean Charles Marks and...

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Alumni Perspectives: Developing the Human Resource Potential of South Asia

While attending APCSS courses, Fellows are required to complete a Fellows Project which may be done as a presentation, research paper or policy brief. APCSS is now making these papers available on line with our new “Alumni Perspectives” publications. A recent graduate of the Advanced...

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Alumni Perspectives: Empowerment of Smaller Powers in South Asian Security Cooperation

While attending APCSS courses, Fellows are required to complete a Fellows Project which may be done as a presentation, research paper, or policy brief. APCSS is now making these papers available on line with our new Alumni Perspectives publications. "Empowerment of Smaller Powers...

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Annual NESA-IISS Southern Asia Security Conference

From 24-26 September 2021, Dean Dr. Roger Kangas along with Professor Dr. Hassan Abbas and Professor John Gill participated in the restart of the annual NESA-IISS Southern Asia Security Conference in Bahrain. This was the 14th iteration of the conference after a hiatus in 2020 because...

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Community Oriented Policing & Countering Violent Extremism

From 14-18 November 2021, the NESA Center for Strategic Studies hosted a hybrid seminar organized in collaboration with the UAE Ministry of Interior titled “Community Oriented Policing and Countering Violent Extremism” in Abu Dhabi, UAE. The workshop was designed to help...

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Countering Violent Extremism and the Role of Community Policing Seminar

From 10–14 July 2023, in Washington, D.C., the NESA Center for Strategic Studies hosted a seminar titled “Countering Violent Extremism and the Role of Community Policing: Best Practices.” The seminar was designed to help participants...

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CSC 22-2 Features Tracks in Strategic Studies, Cybersecurity, and Crisis Management

The Daniel K. Inouye Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies completed its second iteration of the Comprehensive Security Cooperation (CSC) course, graduating 82 Fellows from 29 countries. The 5-week, intensive program, took place from May 25- June 20. Through plenary lectures and small-...

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DLIELC manager ensures smooth partner nation in-country English language training

By Senior Airman Krystal Wright 502nd ABW Public Affairs Approximately one-third of all international military members from around the globe who come to the U.S. for training begin here at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland at the Defense Lan-guage Institute English Learning Center, known...

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Dynamics of Countering Human Trafficking in Southwest Asia and the Gulf Seminar

From 28 August – 01 September 2022, the NESA Center conducted a seminar titled “Dynamics of Countering Human Trafficking in Southwest Asia and the Gulf.” The four-day hybrid workshop was held in Muscat, Oman. This seminar was designed to help participants assess, analyze and identify...

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NESA Center Roundtable Discussion with the Indian Institute of Public Administration

On 6 February 2024, five NESA Center faculty members held a seminar discussion at NESA Center offices in Washington, D.C., with two faculty members and twelve students from the Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA) regarding current and emergent policy issues in South...

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NESA Center Seminar on Academia, Media, & National Security in Pakistan

On Tuesday, 13 September 2022, to better understand the relationship between media and security, as well as ways academia can play a role, the Near East South Asia (NESA) Center for Strategic Studies, in collaboration with the Islamabad-based, think tank Jinnah Institute, convened a day-...

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NESA-IISS South Asian Security Forum in Bahrain

25 to 27 March 2022 – The NESA Center and its partner, the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS), co-hosted the sixth annual South Asian Strategic Forum in the Kingdom of Bahrain. This unique Track 1.5 dialogue brought together 40 participants from India, Pakistan,...

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NESA-IISS Southern Asia Security Conference in Oman

In partnership with the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS), the NESA Center for Strategic Studies held the 16th annual NESA–IISS Southern Asia Security Conference in Oman from 13–15 October 2023. NESA Center Dean Dr. Roger Kangas and Professors Dr. Hassan Abbas and John...

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New OpEd looks at Pakistan and good governance

Professor Shyam Tekwani’s latest OpEd entitled “Pakistan’s ‘three evils’, CPEC and good governance” was recently published by the East Asia Forum. According to Tekwani, “Setbacks to the China–Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) continue to mount, having spluttered along since its...

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Pakistan can help win peace in Afghanistan, but only once it’s stable and secure itself

Shyam Tekwani has a new opinion piece in the South China Morning Post called “Pakistan can help win peace in Afghanistan, but only once it’s stable and secure itself.”  Tekwani discusses Pakistan’s roadmap to peace in Afghanistan, its own internal challenges, and the opportunity to...

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Pakistan National Defence University Seminar

From 11–15 May 2024, the Near East South Asia (NESA) Center for Strategic Studies hosted a Foreign Study Tour delegation from the Pakistan National Defence University, comprising of 15 students and faculty led by their Chief Instructor, Major General Naeem Akhtar. The purpose of the...

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Royal Jordanian National Defense College: Perspectives on Strategic Leadership Seminar

From 25–27 July 2022, the NESA Center conducted a Perspectives on Strategic Leadership seminar with students and faculty of the Royal Jordanian National Defense College (RJNDC) in Amman, Jordan. The seminar marked the start of the academic year for the 120 students attending the year-long...

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Security Trends and Challenges in South Asia

From 28–30 August 2023, the Near East South Asia (NESA) Center for Strategic Studies, in partnership with the Bangladesh Center for Indo-Pacific Affairs (BCIPA) Department of International Relations, Jahangirnagar University, hosted a Strategic Studies Network (SSN) seminar...

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Jessica Ear briefs UN
South Asia Risk Reduction Workshop Report Shared at UN Conference

After a workshop is complete there is always a question of what’s next? What will happen with this information? Recently, findings from one workshop were shared at a United Nations World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction. Associate Professor Jessica Ear represented the Asia-Pacific...

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Security Nexus | Webinar – Episode 19 Pakistan’s Strategic Position in the Indo-Pacific

Embark on a captivating journey into the heart of Pakistan’s strategic maneuvering within the dynamic Indo-Pacific arena. We’ll unravel the intricate dance of its alliances and the delicate balance it strikes between global powerhouses like the U.S. and China. Join us as we sit down with Dr...

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A Shared Interest: Why India and Pakistan Should Strengthen the Indus Waters Treaty

On 27 June 2024, The Stimson Center published a paper authored by Anuttama Banerji of the National Maritime Foundation titled "A Shared Interest: Why India and Pakistan Should Strengthen the Indus Waters Treaty." Read the article.         The...

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Alumni Publication: "2024: What to Expect in Afghanistan" by Shanthie Mariet D'Souza

NESA Center alumna Shanthie Mariet D'Souza recently authored a piece on what to expect in Afghanistan in 2024, which was published in The Diplomat magazine's 110th issue cover story, "2024: What to Expect in the Asia-Pacific," on 1 January 2024. The January 2024 issue identifies major...

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Alumni Publication: "After Attack in Russia, Focus Turns to ISKP in Afghanistan and Central Asia" by Shanthie Mariet D'Souza

On 28 March 2024, The Diplomat published NESA Center alumna Shanthie Mariet D'Souza's article, "After Attack in Russia, Focus Turns to ISKP in Afghanistan and Central Asia." "The focus on and understanding of ISKP’s core area in Afghanistan and Pakistan needs to be expanded...

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Alumni Publication: "An Iranian Reversal on Afghan Refugees" by Shanthie Mariet D'Souza

On 14 November 2023, The Diplomat published NESA Center alumna Shanthie Mariet D'Souza's article "An Iranian Reversal on Afghan Refugees." "The difference between the deportation policies targeting Afghans in both Pakistan and Iran is the noise surrounding these efforts," writes...

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Alumni Publication: "ANALYSIS: India’s Central Asia Outreach: Countering China’s Expanding Footprint" by Shanthie Mariet D’Souza and Bibhu Prasad Routray

On 30 October 2023, Mantraya published NESA Center alumna Shanthie Mariet D’Souza's analysis "India’s Central Asia Outreach: Countering China’s Expanding Footprint," which she co-authored with Bibhu Prasad Routray. ABSTRACT: For the past couple of years, India has used several...

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Alumni Publication: "ANALYSIS: Pakistan’s deepening woes in Balochistan" by Shanthie Mariet D'Souza and Bibhu Prasad Routray

On 20 July 2023, Mantraya published NESA Center alumna Shanthie Mariet D'Souza's co-authored analysis on "Pakistan's deepening woes in Balochistan." "Pakistan is facing an uphill task in Balochistan. The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) is expanding its influence into the restive province...

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Alumni Publication: "China’s Belt and Road Initiative and the Taliban’s Economic Dreams" by Shanthie Mariet D'Souza

On 19 October 2023, The Diplomat published NESA Center alumna Shanthie Mariet D'Souza's article "China’s Belt and Road Initiative and the Taliban’s Economic Dreams." "The specter of insecurity in Afghanistan has been replaced by a lack of governance and widespread incompetence. Investors...

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Alumni Publication: "Impasse at Torkham: Pakistan’s Border Closure a Pressure Tactic on the Taliban" by Shanthie Mariet D'Souza

On 20 January 2024, The Diplomat published NESA Center alumna Shanthie Mariet D'Souza's article, "Impasse at Torkham: Pakistan’s Border Closure a Pressure Tactic on the Taliban." "Pakistan is leveraging the border as a tool of pressure to secure its political interests vis-a-...

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Alumni Publication: "Indus Waters Treaty: Looking Back, Looking Ahead" by Uttam Kumar Sinha

On 21 September 2023, NatStrat published NESA Center alum Uttam Kumar Sinha's article "Indus Waters Treaty: Looking Back, Looking Ahead." "The best option for India is to fulfill the IWT’s [Indus Waters Treaty] provisions, particularly on the western rivers. The Treaty allows storage...

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Alumni Publication: "Pakistan: A Land of Dented Democracy and Increasing Polarization" by Maida Farid

On 22 June 2023, the NESA Center for Strategic Studies published alumna Maida Farid's Op-Ed "Pakistan: A Land of Dented Democracy and Increasing Polarization" on the current state of democracy and increasing polarization in Pakistan. "The socio-political fabric of Pakistan is greatly...

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Alumni Publication: "Pakistan’s Afghan Gamble: Refugees as a Strategic Tool Against the Taliban" by Shanthie Mariet D'Souza

On 30 October 2023, The Diplomat published NESA Center alumna Shanthie Mariet D'Souza's article "Pakistan’s Afghan Gamble: Refugees as a Strategic Tool Against the Taliban." "Islamabad wants Kabul to take actual action against the TTP, and is using Afghan refugees as a bargaining...

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Alumni Publication: "The Cost of Uzbekistan’s ‘Pragmatic’ Taliban Policy" by Shanthie Mariet D’Souza

On 22 July 2023, The Diplomat published NESA Center alumna Shanthie Mariet D’Souza's Op-Ed "The Cost of Uzbekistan’s ‘Pragmatic’ Taliban Policy." "Tashkent’s approach to the Taliban has shifted over the years, with the latest swing moving it toward more direct engagement," writes D’...

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Alumni Publication: "The Importance of Political Literacy in South Asia" by Charani Patabendige

On 29 April 2024, the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) South Asia Centre published NESA Center alumna Charani Patabendige's latest article on the importance of political literacy in South Asia. Overview: This year will see four democracies in South Asia...

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Alumni Publication: "The Plight of Deported Afghans" by Shanthie Mariet D'Souza

On 15 January 2024, The Diplomat published NESA Center alumna Shanthie Mariet D'Souza's article, "The Plight of Deported Afghans," on "an unending refugee and humanitarian crisis the world seems to have forgotten." "The unrelenting season of forced homecoming continues for Afghans who...

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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: "Where Do Taliban-Pakistan Relations Stand Now?" by Shanthie Mariet D'Souza

On 15 March 2024, The Diplomat published NESA Center alumna Shanthie Mariet D'Souza's article, "Where Do Taliban-Pakistan Relations Stand Now?" "One reason driving Islamabad’s renewed efforts in Afghanistan may be India’s continuing moves to expand its dealings with the...

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Alumni Publication: Ayman al-Zawahiri's Death and Political-Economic Fragility in South Asia

Political and economic dysfunction is an invitation for terrorism to flourish in the least integrated region in the world, South Asia. P.R Chari, director at IPCS India, captured this a year after the 9/11 attack in a paper called “Combating Terrorism: Devising cooperative countermeasures,”...

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Alumni Publication: Moscow Multilateral Security Dialogue: Regional Consensus Elusive on Afghanistan by Shanthie Mariet D’Souza

On 22 February 2023, The Diplomat published NESA Center alumna Shanthie Mariet D’Souza's latest op-ed titled "Moscow Multilateral Security Dialogue: Regional Consensus Elusive on Afghanistan." Read the article here       The views presented in this...

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Alumni Publication: Pakistan Must Course-Correct - Playing politics will not save the Indus Waters Treaty by Uttam Sinha

On 10 February 2023, Open Magazine published NESA Center alumnus Uttam Sinha's latest op-ed titled "Pakistan Must Course-Correct - Playing politics will not save the Indus Waters Treaty." Read the article here         The views presented in this...

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CSAG Information Paper: "Iran-KSA Peace Talks and its Implications for South Asia"

Subject: Iran-KSA peace talks and its implications for South Asia. Purpose: The aim of this paper is to present the analysis of CSAG on consequences of the Iran-KSA peace talks for South Asia in order to draw pertinent conclusions for US CENTCOM. Read the full paper here View other...

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