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Conflict Scenarios Between the United States and China at Sea

Mr. Sanghoon Kim (CSC 22-1) completed his Fellows Project by publishing this volume to the Korea Institute for Maritime Strategy.    The volume “Conflict Scenarios Between the United States and China at Sea” was recently published on the KIMS website. It includes a concluding...

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DKI APCSS Collaborates with the Thai Strategic Studies Center on Senior Course

Faculty and senior leadership from the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies traveled to Thailand in July to participate in the Senior Security Studies Program hosted by the Royal Thai Armed Forces’ Strategic Studies Center of the National Defence Studies Institute. ...

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Maluhia Talks about Defense Industrial Base Resilience

Looking for ways to build resilience was the focus of the recent Maluhia Talks 2024 hosted by the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies. Held April 30 to May 2, 2024, in Honolulu, the event brought together more than 40 government security professionals and...

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Maluhia Workshop Convenes Senior Officials for Strategic Collaboration

The recent Maluhia 2023 workshop focused on building a better understanding of strategic policy in the region. Thirty-seven senior officials from countries within and outside the Indo-Pacific region gathered at the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (DKI APCSS) in...

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Politics by Numbers: Counting Plato’s Shadows

James Sullivan is currently a non-resident Visiting Scholar at the Daniel K. Inouye Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies and is pursuing an ALM in International Relations from Harvard Extension School. His paper analyzes China’s use of tone when addressing various security issues...

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SANDU Faculty Development and Transformation Support Workshop

From 2–11 October 2023, the NESA Center for Strategic Studies delivered a seven-day faculty development and transformation support workshop to the Saudi Arabian National Defense University (SANDU) War Wing. The workshop was held at National Defense University in Washington, D.C. The War Wing...

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Saudi Armed Forces Command and Staff College War Course

From 23–24 April 2024, the Near East South Asia (NESA) Center for Strategic Studies team, led by Program Manager Matthew Holbert and Academic Advisor Andrea Brewington, delivered a two-day Faculty and Student engagement to the Saudi Armed Forces War College. The two-day event focused on...

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U.S. Army War College Strategic Staff Ride Seminar

On 15 May 2024, fifteen U.S. Army War College students and accompanying faculty attended a two-hour seminar hosted by the Near East South Asia (NESA) Center for Strategic Studies. The students and faculty were in Washington, D.C. as part of the Army War College’s annual Strategic Staff Ride,...

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Vietnam’s Future Strategy

Dr. Alexander Vuving has a new article on “Vietnam headed to the future with a defective compass” published by the East Asia Forum. According to the article synopsis, last year, “Vietnam adopted a strategy that maintains an outlook of peace, cooperation, and development. It has formed...

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The Image of Security Sector Agencies as a Strategic Communication Tool

This article highlights the corporate image as a strategic communication tool for security sector agencies. The prospects of image for a security sector agency are outlined with regard to image formation and reparation. Image formation is based on the principles of objectivity, openness,...

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Dealing with Reality: Understanding and Dealing with Complex Problems - Professor Butch Finley

In this podcast, Professor Butch Finley discusses complexity and several methods to understand and manage complex problems.  This is a five part podcast.  Each part is approximately 20 mins long and can be viewed in any order.  Viewers have the option to watch the podcast or...

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