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A Health Security Pandemic Checklist for Developing Nations and Donors in the Pacific (and Elsewhere)
A Health Security Pandemic Checklist for Developing Nations and Donors

“A Health Security Pandemic Checklist for Developing Nations and Donors in the Pacific (and Elsewhere)” is a new OpEd coauthored by DKI APCSS professor Dr. Deon Canyon and Research Analyst at the University of California San Francisco Dr. Sebastian Kevany, for Security Nexus. In this paper,...

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ACSS Welcomes Delegation from the International War College of Yaounde

As part of a two week visit to the United States, a delegation of faculty and students from Cameroon's International War College visited the Africa Center for a day of discussions on a variety of topics on June 13, 2016. Led by the Commandant of the War College, Major General Esaie NGAMBOU,...

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Alumni Survey Report: Perceptions of the Indo-Pacific – Views from the NESA Region

In August 2022, the NESA Center distributed a survey to its alumni network with a range of questions formulated around U.S. policy towards the Indo-Pacific and how that impacts the countries of the NESA region. The survey also sought to measure attitudes about Chinese engagement in the Indo-...

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Armenian National Defense Research University Strategy Seminar

From 11–14 April 2022, NESA Center Academic Dean Dr. Roger Kangas, NESA Center Professor Dr. Gawdat Bahgat, and NESA Center Professor Richard Wiersema conducted a Strategy Seminar with thirty members of leadership and faculty at the Armenian National Defense Research University (NDRU) in...

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As India enters 2021, Narendra Modi’s Hindutva project is on a roll

Prof Shyam Tekwani's latest article in the South China Morning Post. 'As India enters 2021, Narendra Modi’s Hindutva Project is on a roll' Excerpt:Like most countries in a pandemic year, India underPrime Minister Narendra Modihas had an unusual year. Book-ended by two leaderless mass...

Building Peace through Economic and Infrastructure Integration in South Caucasus
Building Peace through Economic and Infrastructure Integration in South Caucasus

Naples, Italy, 24- 26 March 2022-Security Experts, Academics and Policy Makers from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia and throughout Western Europe met to discuss integration of infrastructure as a means to build peace and stability in the South Caucasus region. In the context of the diplomatic and...

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Chatham House Workshop on Iran

On Monday, February 21, 2022 the NESA Center, in partnership with Chatham House, held a hybrid round-table discussion on the nuclear negotiation between Iran and global power in Vienna, Austria. The discussion was led by NESA Center Academic Dean Dr. Roger Kangas and moderated by NESA Center...

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China Vs. Democracy: The Greatest Game, A Handbook for Democracy

CHINA VS. DEMOCRACY: THE GREATEST GAME A HANDBOOK FOR DEMOCRACIES by Robin Shepherd It is our privilege to present a publication by the Halifax International Security Forum. Apublication that our esteemed Dr. Saira Yamin was interviewed for. "The year 2020 witnessed a paradigm...

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China’s Salami Slicing Tactics and the Latest India-China Border Standoff

“China’s Salami Slicing Tactics and the Latest India-China Border Standoff” is a new paper by DKI APCSS professor Dr. Srini Sitaraman for Security Nexus. In this OpEd, Sitaraman discusses India’s strategy for dealing with the increasing border incursions committed by China while minimalizing...

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Chinese Democracy: Some Guns and Some Roses?

DKI APCSS professor Dr. Sungmin Cho recently appeared on the “All Things Policy” podcast hosted by theTakshashila Institutionin India. The title of this episode isChinese Democracy: Some Guns and Some Roses? According to the podcast summary: “China has tried to define and project itself...

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Costa Rican alumni network holds roundtable about human trafficking in San José

On March 1, 2017, members of the Perry Center’s Costa Rican alumni network and representatives of the National Coalition against Human Trafficking (CONATT) held a roundtable about security policy and human trafficking in San José, Costa Rica. The event was moderated by alumna Marjorie Rojas...

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Counternarcotics, Global Threats Official Advises Security Professionals on CTOC Strategy

By Emma Bareihs Public Affairs Office George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany – It is essential to create a strategic plan before attempting to tackle a problem like transnational organized crime, said the Deputy Assistant Secretary of...

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COVID-19 Lockdown Easing and Restricting Color Framework for Local Government

“COVID-19 Lockdown Easing and Restricting Color Framework for Local Government,” is a new paper co-authored by Dr. Deon Canyon for Security Nexus. In this paper, Canyon states that “All indications are that many local government areas around the world will experience an extended period of...

DASD Sergio de la Peña Addresses Perry Center Alumni in Panama
DASD Sergio de la Peña Addresses Perry Center Alumni in Panama

Over 100 Perry Center alumni, Panamanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs officials, University of Panama and Florida State University faculty and students, and members of the diplomatic community gathered on Monday, February 3rd at the University of Panama for a Perry Center alumni event featuring...

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Délégation de l’Ecole Internationale Supérieure de Guerre de Yaoundé reçue par le CESA

Dans le cadre d’une visite de deux semaines aux Etats-Unis, une délégation de faculté et d’étudiants de l’Ecole Internationale Supérieure de Guerre de Yaoundé a visité le CESA pour une journée de discussions portant sur une variété de thèmes le 13 juin 2016. Mené par le Commandant de l’Ecole...

US Strategy in the Indo-Pacific
DKI APCSS hosts Indo-Pacific Strategy Workshop

Discussing the principles for a free and open Indo-Pacific region formed the basis of a high-level workshop on “U.S. Strategy in the Indo-Pacific.” The workshop provided a platform for informal discussion between senior leaders in the region and senior U.S. administration officials involved in...

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DPCT Comes to a Close

On April 7, the William J. Perry Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies celebrated the graduation of students enrolled in the 2017 Defense Policy and Complex Threats (DPCT) course. Attended by 31 civilian and military students from 13 countries across the Western Hemisphere, the course...

DPCT Resident Phase Begins
DPCT Resident Phase Begins

On March 27, the Perry Center received 32 students for the first day of the two-week resident phase of the Defense Policy and Complex Threats (DPCT) course. DPCT students represent 13 different countries from throughout the Western Hemisphere and a range of backgrounds in the armed forces and...

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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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European Think-Tanks Discuss the Future of US-Iran Relations Under the Biden Administration

29 January 2021 – The NESA Center held a virtual meeting with European experts from Chatham House and other European think-tanks to discuss the future of US-Iran relations under the Biden Administration. NESA director and experts provided the U.S. perspective, while the European experts...

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Defense Policy and Reforms in Bulgaria since the End of the Cold War: A Critical Analysis

After the disintegration of the communist system in Eastern Europe the former communist countries had to make an unprecedented transition to a “normal” society. Having been diverted from their natural path of development, with limited private property and political rights, these countries had to...

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The Challenge of Sustaining US Influence in Latin America in the 21st Century

Influential international affairs author Robert Kaplan postulated during a recent speech in Washington DC that the contemporary effects of advanced technology and other factors of globalization does not change the world’s geography, "but has intensified it." Kaplan also noted the aftershocks of the...

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ASEAN at 50 - Southeast Asia at Risk
ASEAN @50 Southeast Asia @ Risk: What should be done?

In October 2017, the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies co-hosted a workshop on “ASEAN @50, Southeast Asia @ Risk: What should be done?” The result of the two days of Australia-Singapore-US policy trialogue is a new publication outlining the group’s recommendations. The...

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Origins of US Foreign Policy

This article provides a broad summary of USforeign policy by examining its historical philosophical beginnings and how those have evolved over the 241 years of the nation’s history. It exam-ines the Founders'intentions and concerns for their new system of government. Included in that is the...

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Defense Institution Building from Above? Lessons from the Baltic Experience

Defense institution building seeks to create the means and mechanisms that enable effective capability aggregation within NATO. Can external assistance with DIB help states become suitable NATO members? We discuss the post-Cold War experience of the Baltic States to understand the role of external...

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The Intent and Impact of US Sanctions on Cuba and Venezuela

National governments and international bodies like the United Nations (UN) and the European Union impose economic sanctions to force changes in behavior, whether that is through coercion, deterrence, punishment or shame to the countries, entities and individuals that endanger their interests or...

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Role of PfP Consortium and NATO in Defense Education Enhancement Program (DEEP). FALL 2012

The Fall 2012 issue ofConnections: The Quarterly Journalis dedicated to defense education reform in partner countries and the role the PfP Consortium and NATO play through the Defense Education Enhancement Program. It covers requirements to modern professional military education and the way...

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Central Asia, Asymmetric Warfare, NATO's Energy Security Policy, Missile Defense in Poland, Afghan Security Forces. SPRING 2013

The Spring 2013 issue addresses potential roles of Central Asian states post-2014; the topics of strategic communication; asymmetric warfare as seen by deployed military personnel; the roles of armed forces in civil security, with details on the experience of Italy; NATO's energy security policy...

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Cyber Space, Cyber Engagement Between NATO US and Russia, Transparency vs. Confidentiality, Energy Security. FALL 2013

Two of the papers in the Fall 2013 issue of Connections look into the legitimacy in the use of force in cyber space in three recent cyber attacks and the engagement between NATO/U.S. and Russia in the cyber domain. Another article treats the dilemma of transparency vs. confidentiality in the...

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Syrian Crisis, US Pivot to Asia, Concept of Sovereignty in the South Caucasus, Bulgaria's Post-Cold War Defense Policy, Key References on Afghanistan. SPRING 2014

The lead article in the Spring 2014 issue of Connections looks into the interplay of incentives and requirements for NATO membership from the point of view of an aspirant country, Georgia. Other papers question the effectiveness of the UN Security Council vis-a-vis the Syrian crisis, the US pivot...

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Conflicts in Kosovo and Libya, Military Security and Police Institutions, Language Integrated Learning in Polish HME. SUMMER 2014

The Summer 2014 Connections focuses on military operations and looks into lessons learned from conflicts in Kosovo and Libya; also, it providesa comprehensive view on the language integrated learning in Polish higher educational institutions. Another article looks at Kosovo model as a precedent for...

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Strengthening of Reaction Capability of European Union. Challenges and Perspectives of Western Balkans. FALL 2014

The Fall 2014 issue of Connections presents ideas on the strengthening of the rapid reaction capability of the European Union and ways and means by which regional alliances may effectively confront hostile regional powers. It provides insight into the challenges and perspectives of the economic...

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China's Rise, Russia and Color Revolutions, Central Asian Power Transfer, Ukraine and its Impact on the Security of Russia and Europe. WINTER 2014

European and Eurasian Security: Viewpoints from Russia Connectionspresents diverse views on defense and security by authors from NATO and partner countries from the Partnership for Peace and be­yond. For this particular issue we invited authors from universities and research centers of the...

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Russia and South Caucasus. Russia vs. US/EU through Georgia and Ukraine. SPRING 2015

The Spring 2015issue of Connections presents several independent opinions on the Russia - South Caucasus relationship andhighlights difficulties of integration inthe case of South Ossetia and Abkhazia; other contributions examine Russia vs. EU/US through Georgia and Ukraine case and look into...

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Russia and Crimea, Terrorism in Russia, Crisis in Ukraine, the Independence of Kosovo. FALL 2015

The Fall 2015 issue of Connections: The Quarterly Journal addresses two main themes: (1) how the Ukraine crisis is perceived in Central Asia, and (2) can the NATO campaignagainst Milosevic in 1999 and the independence of Kosovo, declared several years later, serve as precedent, and justification,...

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Russia's hybrid warfare, crisis in Ukraine, programs in intelligence studies in Germany. WINTER 2016

The Winter 2016 issue of Connections presents original articles on Russia's hybrid warfare toolset and its Soviet predecessors, the crisis in Ukraine, caused by the annexation of Crimea and the Kremlin-backed separatist forces in South-Eastern Ukraine, the enduring validity of Clausewitz's "On War...

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