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2023 Alumni Scholars Announced

The Marshall Center is pleased to announce the winners of the 2023 Alumni Scholars Program. This year we received 150 applications for10 available scholarships. The competition was extremely tough, and we congratulate all applicants on their outstanding work assembling their packages. Below...

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2023 Eastern Mediterranean Security Roundtable

The Near East South Asia (NESA) Center for Strategic Studies, in partnership with theTurkish Asian Center for Strategic Studies(TASAM), a leading Turkish think-tank, held a roundtable discussion in Istanbul, Türkiye, from 17–19 July 2023. Scholars from Bahrain, Egypt, Israel, Kuwait, Lebanon,...

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2023 NESA-AFRICOM Changing Nature of Security, Capacity, and Institutions Workshop

From 11–16 June 2023, the Near East South Asia (NESA) Center for Strategic Studies conducted, in partnership with U.S. Africa Command, the “NESA-AFRICOM Changing Nature of Security, Capacity, and Institutions Workshop” in Casablanca, Morocco. Security discussions on capacity building and the...

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2023 Qatar Joint Staff College Washington Study-NESA Center Program

From 29 April–10 May 2023, the NESA Center hosted the Washington Study Program of Qatar’s Joaan bin Jassim Command and Staff College Senior Officer Program in Washington, D.C. The 38 participants included senior military officers and senior leaders from various Qatari government agencies. This...

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Alumni Play Key Roles in Regional Energy Security Conference in Warsaw

The Marshall Center and the German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMFUS) teamed up for a third year to stage a major conference in Poland on 13 May 2014 to address “Energy and Euroatlantic Relations: Shifting Security Dynamics”. Over 90 people attended the event, which was opened by US...

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Combating Transnational Threats Senior Executive Seminar (CTSES): “Technological Innovation & Security Challenges in the NESA Region”

From 22–26 January 2024, the Near East South Asia (NESA) Center for Strategic Studies hosted a Combating Transnational Threats Senior Executive Seminar (CTSES) titled“Technological Innovation & Security Challenges in the NESA Region,”held at National Defense University in Washington, D.C...

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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...

Emerging Markets & Mounting Tensions

On March 11-12, 2014, I participated in a two-day workshop on “Emerging Markets & Mounting Tension: Doing Business in the Face of Potential Conflict in the Indo-Pacific Region” sponsored by the School of Public Policy of the University of Calgary, Canada.The focus of the workshop was on...

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Executive Seminar: Maritime Security in the NESA Region & Beyond

From 30 January to 10 February 2023, the Near East South Asia (NESA) Center for Strategic Studies conducted an Executive Seminar (ES) focused on the maritime domain and the challenges/threats that exist there. The seminar’s proceedings included conversations on autonomous/unmanned systems, the...

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Executive Seminar: Strategic Competition and Regional Cooperation

From 4–15 December 2023, the Near East South Asia (NESA) Center for Strategic Studies hosted the Executive Seminar (ES): “Strategic Competition and Regional Cooperation.” Throughout the two-week virtual event, the NESA Center hosted representatives from all over the world to discuss different...

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Gaming Major Power Rivalry and Climate Disasters Using Systems Tools

“Gaming Major Power Rivalry and Climate Disasters Using Systems Tools” is the title of paper by DKI APCSS’ Dr. Deon Canyon and former visiting scholar Jonathan Chan forSecurity Nexus. This paper documents a methodology for creating crisis-games that are designed to explore possible futures in...

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Gulf Security Roundtable Discussion

From 25–26 April 2023, the Near East South Asia (NESA) Center for Strategic Studies held a Gulf security roundtable discussion in partnership with the Qatari Armed Forces Center for Strategic Studies and Chatham House in London. NESA Center Deputy Director COL David Lamm, USA (Ret.) and...

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International Military Officers’ Forum 2023

From 23–27 January 2023, the NESA Center hosted foreign military officers assigned to U.S. Central Command in Tampa and embassy officials in Washington D.C. for an International Military Officers’ Forum (IMOF) titled“The Biden Administration and Global Security.”NESA Center experts, including...

Japan, U.S. professionals share renewable energy initiatives at DKI APCSS

Update: SPFUSA has release a workshop report. Read it in full here. Looking to enhance energy security through bilateral cooperation, 24 U.S. and Japanese government, corporate, non-profit and academic professionals gathered at the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security...

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Latest Issue of ‘per Concordiam’ on Migration Published on Marshall Center Website

By Public Affairs Office George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany (Sept. 24, 2018) – The latest issue of ‘per Concordiam’ is posted on the Marshall Center website at http://ow.ly/Ydqy30lWs25. This is the 32nd issue of ‘per Concordiam,’...

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Marshall Center Announces ‘per Concordiam' Themes for 2019

By Public Affairs Office George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany (Sept. 17, 2018) – The Marshall Center's 'per Concordiam' magazine is a quarterly journal covering European and Eurasian Security and Defense issues. The Marshall Center...

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Marshall Center Scholar, Mr. Giorgi Gobechia, concluded work on "Energy Security in the Eastern partnership: Today and Tomorrow"

Georgia alumnus from the PASS 2013 course, Mr. Giorgi Gobechia, joined the Alumni MC Scholars Program to perform academic research at the Marshall Center on the topic " Energy Security in the Eastern partnership: Today and Tomorrow " from 24 August to 25 September 2015. Academic Faculty...

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Marshall Center’s Central Asia Team Hosts Regional Energy Security Conference in Kazakhstan

By Central Asia Program George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies ALMATY, Kazakhstan (April 12, 2018) – The George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies’ Central Asia Team, in cooperation with the U.S. and German embassies in Astana, Dushanbe, Ashgabat and...

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Moldovan Alumni Meet to Discuss Energy and Strategic Security, Launch Eighth Edition of Security Cooperation Journal

For the ninth time in as many years the Marshall Center’s Moldovan Alumni Association held its annual Security Cooperation Roundtable at the Army Museum in Chisinau on 18 March 2014. This year’s event, which was attended by approximately 100 Moldovan government officials and scholars – an all-...

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NESA Center and Armenian National Defense Research University Strategic Dialogue

From 27–31 March 2023, Near East South Asia (NESA) Center’s Academic Dean, Dr. Roger Kangas led a team consisting of Professor Dr. Gawdat Bahgat, Associate Dean Charles Marks, and Professor Richard Wiersema to Yerevan, Armenia, in order to conduct a strategic dialogue with leadership, faculty...

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Faculty Publication: Geo-policy and Energy in 2022 by Dr. Gawdat Bahgat

On 3 January 2023, NESA Center Professor Dr.Gawdat Bahgatpublished "Geo-policy and Energy in 2022" inRiEnergia - ambiente e risorse, punto per punto. "Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February 2022 brought major disruptions to the global energy system and heightened Europe’s vulnerability to...

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Gulf International Forum: The Gulf in 2023 Expert Outlook

NESA Center Professor Dr. Gawdat Bahgat and Associate Professor David Des Roches provided predictions for the Gulf in 2023 for the Gulf International Forum publication titled "The Gulf in 2023 Expert Outlook" published on 12 January 2023. The Forum’s group of experts share their forecasts for...

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Faculty Publication: Dr. Gawdat Bahgat authors Chapter 10 in the book "The Arab Gulf States and Iran: The Roots and Manifestations of Rivalry in the Gulf Regional System"

On 6 June,theArab Center for Research and Policy Studies at theDoha Institute published the book"The Arab Gulf States and Iran: The Roots and Manifestations of Rivalry in the Gulf Regional System" (in Arabic). The book includes thirteen studies, all of which focus on the issue of the relationship...

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Alumni Publication: "Power couple: How Europe and Algeria can move beyond energy cooperation" by Zine Labidine Ghebouli

On 17 July 2023,European Council on Foreign Relations published NESA Center alumZine Labidine Ghebouli's policy brief"Power couple: How Europe and Algeria can move beyond energy cooperation." Ghebouli explains how Europe and Algeria have an opportunity to build a broader cooperation on energy,...

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Alumni Publication: "Amid Reports on Chinese Expansion of Bases, Sri Lanka Unveils SOP: Need for a Reality Check?" by Asanga Abeyagoonasekera

On 11 September 2023, the Institute for Security and Development Policy published NESA Center alumAsanga Abeyagoonasekera'spolicy brief titled"Amid Reports on Chinese Expansion of Bases, Sri Lanka Unveils SOP: Need for a Reality Check?" ABSTRACT: India has realized it cannot possibly balance...

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Alumni Publication: "The Potential of Palestinian Gas and the Role of Regional Powers: From Promise to Action" by Antonia Dimou

On 18 September 2023,Modern Diplomacypublished NESA Center alumnaAntonia Dimou's latest analysis titled "The Potential of Palestinian Gas and the Role of Regional Powers: From Promise to Action." "Recent progress on the Gaza marine gas field’s development is positive news and highlights the...

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Can Singapore unlock Africa’s green hydrogen potential?

On 15 September 2023,The Centre for African Studies at Singapore's Nanyang Technological Universitypublished NESA Center regular speaker Professor Michaël Tanchum's article"Can Singapore unlock Africa’s green hydrogen potential?" "Africa has a potentialto produce $1.06 trillion worth of green...

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Alumni Publication: "Indus Waters Treaty: Looking Back, Looking Ahead" by Uttam Kumar Sinha

On 21 September 2023,NatStrat published NESA Center alumUttam Kumar Sinha's article "Indus Waters Treaty: Looking Back, Looking Ahead." "The best option for India is to fulfill the IWT’s provisions, particularly on the western rivers. The Treaty allows storage up to 3.6 MAF and 13.4 lakh acres...

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Alumni Publication: "Climate Change and Sustainable Development in Africa" by Moha Ennaji

On 4 October 2023, the NESA Center for Strategic Studies published NESA Center alum Moha Ennaji'sOp-Ed "Climate Change and Sustainable Development in Africa." "In his address at the climate change summit in Nairobi, António Guterres, the Secretary-General of the United Nations, stated that...

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NESA Center Update: May – June 2023

TheNESA CenterMay – June 2023 Updatefocuses onGulfregion trends. The update also highlights May through June NESA Center programs and events, faculty and staff engagements, alumni contributions, and a calendar with upcoming events. Regional Trends – The Gulf: All Gulf countries are...

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Alumni Publication: "The Geopolitics of Critical Minerals in Mediterrafrica" by Dr. Arslan Chikhaoui

On 21 November 2023, the NESA Center for Strategic Studies published alum Dr. Arslan Chikhaoui'slatest Op-Ed titled "The Geopolitics of Critical Minerals in Mediterrafrica." "In this new era of reshaping geopolitical alliances, Africa is emerging as a production region of strategic minerals,...

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CSAG Strategy Paper: "Sanctions on Russia and Economic Impact for Central Asia"

Overview: The Russian invasion of Ukraine has created a geopolitical challenge to the world order. The Russian attack violated not only Ukraine’s security and sovereignty, but also the rules-based international order and created a global economic, political and security crisis. Central Asian...

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Alumni Publication: "Les enjeux stratégiques issus de la COP 28" by Dr. Arslan Chikhaoui

On 16 December 2023,L'Expression published NESA Center alumDr. Arslan Chikhaoui's article,"Les enjeux stratégiques issus de la COP 28" (in French). "Tous s’accordent sur une réduction progressive à un horizon au-delà de 2040, sauf en ce qui concerne le gaz naturel qui est pour le moment épargné...

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Alumni Publication: "Afghanistan Left Out of Global Climate Change Conversation" by Shanthie Mariet D'Souza

On 19 December 2023,The Diplomatpublished NESA Center alumna Shanthie Mariet D'Souza's article, "Afghanistan Left Out of Global Climate Change Conversation." "Afghanistan under the Taliban was once again shunned from the COP28 climate change conference," writesD'Souza. Read the full article...

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Alumni Publication: "2024: What to Expect in Afghanistan" by Shanthie Mariet D'Souza

NESA Center alumna Shanthie Mariet D'Souza recently authored a piece onwhat to expect in Afghanistan in 2024, which was published in The Diplomat magazine's 110th issue cover story, "2024: What to Expect in the Asia-Pacific,"on 1 January 2024. The January 2024 issue identifies major events and...

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Report: 7 Global Risks to Watch in 2024

On 22 January 2024, Agora Strategy published the report, "From Ballots and Bullets to Bytes: 7 Global Risks to Watch in 2024,"which NESA Center alumna Antonia Dimou contributed to. According to the report, the 7 global risks to watch in 2024 are: 1) Elections weakening democracy; 2) Wars waged,...

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Africa-to-Europe value chains: How nearshoring can mitigate Europe’s migration crisis and aid energy transition

On 08 February 2024, the International Centre for Migration Policy Developmentpublished NESA Center regular speaker Professor Michaël Tanchum's article,"Africa-to-Europe value chains: How nearshoring can mitigate Europe’s migration crisis and aid energy transition." "Africa-to-Europe value...

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