Defense Resources Management

ACSS Dean Recommends Strategic Investment in Africa’s Security at Senior Leaders Seminar

A causal link exists between economic development, governance, and security—or insecurity—in Africa, Dr. Raymond Gilpin, Dean of the Africa Center for Strategic Studies (ACSS) told a group of more than 50 African officials June 19, 2013, at the ACSS Senior Leader Seminar in Arlington, Virginia...

DIILS GRADUATES FIRST RESIDENT COURSE ON LEGAL ASPECTS OF DEFENSE SUPPORT OF CIVIL AUTHORITIES

NEWPORT – 27 participants from 23 partner nations graduated on August 7 2014 from the inaugural offering of DIILS’ resident course on the Legal Aspects of Defense Support of Civil Authorities (LADSCA). This course, developed in coordination with the geographic combatant commands, is designed...

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...

Military and Civilian Leaders Join ACSS for Seminar on Managing Security Resources

Military and Civilian Leaders Join ACSS for Seminar on Managing Security Resources By Africa Center for Strategic Studies Updated: 10/20/2011 Resource scarcity during bleak economic times is the best opportunity for countries to become more efficient at conducting the business of...

Perry Center Holds First SDPm Course in Lima, Peru
Perry Center Holds First SDPm Course in Lima, Peru

From November 4 to November 16 2019, the Perry Center held its first ever Mobile Strategy and Defense Policy Course (SDPm). The course took place in Lima, Peru at the installations of the Army War College. 61 students completed the course. The student body primarily consisted of men and...

CEDEYAC via VTC
Perry Center Professor Provides Lecture to CEDEYAC via VTC

October 12, 2018 Perry Center Professor Pat Paterson provided a lecture to CEDEYAC students on Thursday, October 11. His presentation, titled "Política de Defensa y Sistemas Regionales de Defensa y Seguridad," covered a number of important development in security and defense matters in the...

NDU-P Admiral Roegge welcoming DG and Cyber students
Residential Phase of Cyber and DG Courses Begin at the Perry Center

On Monday, September 16 2019 the residential phase of two Perry Center courses, Defense Governance (DG) and Cyber Policy Development (CYBER) began. Nearly 80 senior military and civilian representatives from a dozen countries in the Western Hemisphere have convened for the next two weeks to...

SDP Oct 2018
Residential Phase of SDP Course Begins

October 11, 2018 On Monday, October 15, 2018 the Perry Center’s biggest academic course to date, Strategy and Defense Policy (SDP), began. Over 90 military and civilian officials representing 17 countries in the Western Hemisphere traveled to Washington, DC to begin the 2 week residential...

SDP2016 graduation
Strategy and Defense Policy Course Comes to a Close

On October 21, the William J. Perry Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies celebrated the graduation of students in the 2016 Strategy and Defense Policy (SDP) course. Completed by 72 civilian and military officials from 19 countries, SDP gave students the opportunity to ask questions of...

Defense Seminar (WSDS) for Washington-based civilian diplomatic personnel
Washington Security and Defense Seminar (WSDS) begins at the Perry Center

On September 26, the William J. Perry Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies kicked off the Washington Security and Defense Seminar (WSDS) for Washington-based civilian diplomatic personnel. During this intensive one-week seminar, participants from the countries of the Western Hemisphere will...

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Contemporary Security and Defense Issues in the Caribbean
Contemporary Security and Defense Issues in the Caribbean

Un-Governed and Un-Governable Spaces: Threats to Democracy and National Security in Jamaica George Benson Preventing Violent Extremism in the Caribbean Francesca Caonero and Pernille Rasmussen Citizen Insecurity in Trinidad and Tobago and the Applicability of the Concept of the Mafia...

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Requirements for Military Effectiveness: Chile in Comparative Perspective

This paper utilizes a framework we have developed to analyze civil-military relations in terms of both democratic civilian control and effectiveness.As the achievement of effectiveness only makes sense in terms of the roles and missions actually implemented by the security forces in a country, the...

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