Why women in Asia-Pacific countries are more susceptible to disaster impacts? This topic is explored in a new paper by DKI APCSS pr
The Daniel K.
The Advanced Security Cooperation Course (ASC17-1) concluded this week with 109 Fellows from 41 locations around the world. The fla
The denuclearization of North Korea, a formalized policy objective of the United States since the 1990s, is the singularly most important objective of Washington, regarding Pyongyang. Notwithstanding this and despite American efforts to forestall North Korea from becoming a nuclear weapons power, Pyongyang has conducted repeated underground nuclear explosions and successive tests of missile delivery systems. Is North Korea destined to become the world’s next recognized nuclear weapons power?
Flavio Simoes (CSRT 16-1) recently published an editorial on the value of professional security forces and how that is essential to succe
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As part of the Maritime Security Challenges conference, 14 men and women are participating in the Future Leaders Program (FLP).
Gaining fuller knowledge of important factors that drive the Asia-Pacific security environment, 144 U.S.
Join us for the Maritime Security Challenges 2016 conference 3-6 October in Victoria, BC, Canada.
DKI APCSS Alumni at the PACOM Chiefs of Defense Conference 2016.. (L-R) Major General Carlito Galves (AFP J-3), Director Leaf, Brigadier Lord Fielakepa (Chief of the Defence Staff), Rear Admiral Viliame Naupoto (Commander, Republic of Fiji Military Forces), General Ricardo Visaya (Chief of Staff, AFP), Vice Admiral Ray Griggs (Deputy Chief of Defence Force, Australian Defence Force), Mr. Chris Marut (PACOM FPA)