In this podcast, Dr. Yamin discusses the concept of Women, Peace and Security (WPS). She looks at the premise for a gendered security paradigm, developments of WPS in the international landscape and opportunities and barriers.
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LtCol Scott McDonald examines conflict from the perspective of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and the Chinese strategic tradition to argue what the west is calling “grey zone” conflict is neither new nor novel. Read More
Dr. Christopher Snedden provides a geographic and historical perspective of Russia's people, culture and government to help us better understand Russia's security situation, and why Russia, as a State actor, behaves as it does in the modern security environment. Read More
Commander Odom discusses the conceptual roles of law in addressing security issues. He also explains the basis and limits of international law to counter terrorism. Finally, he identifies international instruments States leverage to counter terrorism. Read More