Global Health

A Health Security Pandemic Checklist for Developing Nations and Donors in the Pacific (and Elsewhere)
A Health Security Pandemic Checklist for Developing Nations and Donors

“A Health Security Pandemic Checklist for Developing Nations and Donors in the Pacific (and Elsewhere)” is a new OpEd coauthored by DKI APCSS professor Dr. Deon Canyon and Research Analyst at the University of California San Francisco Dr. Sebastian Kevany, for Security Nexus. In this paper,...

COVID and the Terrorism threat
Assessing the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism: Practitioner Insights

Assessing the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism: Practitioner Insights Excerpt The COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on the world, with far-reaching social, political and economic consequences. Terrorists and security services alike have been...

China and humanitarian aid
China’s Global Covid-19 Assistance is Humanitarian and Geopolitical. That’s Why People are Worried.

Dr. David Dorman shares his Security Nexus perspective on “China’s Global COVID-19 Assistance is Humanitarian and Geopolitical. That’s Why People are Worried.” In this paper, Dorman writes “The main thrust of the Chinese Communist Party’s domestic propaganda work since late January has...

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Collective intelligence and international coordination:

Dr. Rajib Subba looks at the similarities between computer viruses and biological viruses in his new Security Nexus Perspective called “Collective intelligence and international coordination: Antidote for the novel biological zero-day exploit #COVID-19.” Subba, an alumni of the Daniel K....

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Coronavirus, Terrorism, and Illicit Activity in the Indo-Pacific

“Coronavirus, Terrorism, and Illicit Activity in the Indo-Pacific” by J. “Lumpy” Lumbaca is a new Security Nexus perspective looking at how terrorist organizations and others involved in illicit activities are taking advantage of the spread of COVID-19. Here is an excerpt of his article...

COVID19 and ASEAN
COVID-19 and the ASEAN Chair Agenda: Vietnam’s Lost Year? and Brunei’s, Too?

“COVID-19 and the ASEAN Chair Agenda: Vietnam’s Lost Year? and Brunei’s, Too?” is a new paper authored by Dr. Alfred Oehlers forSecurity Nexus. In this paper, Oehlers states that “There is mounting concern the COVID-19 pandemic may negatively affect progress with several crucial issues...

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COVID-19 Healthcare Workers: 70% are Women

“COVID-19 Healthcare Workers: 70% are Women” is a new paper authored by Dr. Inez Miyamoto for Security Nexus. In this paper, Dr. Miyamoto highlights the need for research to understand the challenges healthcare workers face from a gendered perspective to better respond to pandemics. Excerpt...

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COVID-19 Lockdown Easing and Restricting Color Framework for Local Government

“COVID-19 Lockdown Easing and Restricting Color Framework for Local Government,” is a new paper co-authored by Dr. Deon Canyon for Security Nexus. In this paper, Canyon states that “All indications are that many local government areas around the world will experience an extended period of...

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COVID-19: Resources for Alumni - Useful Information Related to the COVID-19 Global Pandemic

In recognition of the ongoing global COVID-19 pandemic, the Marshall Center is assembling information and resources that may help manage the crisis. We are collecting COVID-19 related links to articles, blogs, orpublished papers on GlobalNET so that we can offer a focused and productive...

DIILS ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT

MAJ Korbieh with fellow DIILS alum Olga Scripovscaia on the occasion of the Ghana Contingent's Medals Day parade in Bouake, Ivory Coast, November 2014. Name: Major Felix Korbieh Country: GHANA (Army) Attended: “Military Law Development Program” (MLDP),...

Five Coronavirus Success Stories: Different, But the Same
Five Coronavirus Success Stories: Different, But the Same

“Five Coronavirus Success Stories: Different, But the Same” is a new paper written by DKI APCSS professor Dr. Virginia Bacay Watson for the Security Nexus. In this paper, Dr. Watson highlights the steps taken by five countries to minimize the spreading of COVID-19 through a common thread of...

How to Improve Security Outcomes During a Pandemic? Start with a Gender Lens
How to Improve Security Outcomes During a Pandemic? Start with a Gender Lens

“How to Improve Security Outcomes During a Pandemic? Start with a Gender Lens” is a new paper authored by Sharon Gouveia Feist and Monica S. Herrera forSecurity Nexus. In this paper, they state that “Here in Hawai‘i, in response to increased multi-island reporting that landlords are...

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Incremental Community-Based Exit Strategies for Initiating and Removing Covid-19 Lockdowns

“Incremental Community-Based Exit Strategies for Initiating and Removing Covid-19 Lockdowns” is the latest Security Nexus Perspective published by the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies. Authored by Dr. Benjamin Ryan of Baylor University, Damon Coppola of Shoreline...

Making the best of it (part II)
Making the Most of It, Part II: Xi Jinping Leverages Coronavirus ‘War Without Smoke’ to Spur Digital Transformation, Test National Defense Mobilization

“Making the Most of It, Part II: Xi Jinping Leverages Coronavirus ‘War Without Smoke’ to Spur Digital Transformation, Test National Defense Mobilization” is a new paper authored by Dr. David Dorman forSecurity Nexus. In this paper, Dorman states that “Despite being tied to the pandemic or “...

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Making the Most of It: China’s Military Wins the Covid-19 Fight in Wuhan

Dr. David Dorman shares his perspective on “Making the Most of It: China’s Military Wins the Covid-19 Fight in Wuhan” for DKI APCS' Security Nexus. In this Op Ed, Dorman states that “An important part of China’s domestic propaganda work since January has been to obfuscate the Communist...

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Plagues, Pandemics, and Global Political Change in a Historical Context

“Plagues, Pandemics, and Global Political Change in a Historical Context,” is a new research paper authored by Dr. Srini Sitaraman forSecurity Nexus. In this research paper, Sitaraman states that “Researchers believe that the Athenian Plague might have originated in Ethiopia made its way...

Migrant workers
Security Implications of Mass Returning Migrant Workers Due to COVID-19 Crisis

Security Implications of Mass Returning Migrant Workers Due to COVID-19 Crisis Abstract: The issue of mass returning migrant workers has broad implications for human, national and regional security domains that go well beyond increasing unemployment. This paper reports on the complex web...

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Sending the COVID-19 Immune to Work to Prevent Economic Catastrophe

Dr. Deon Canyon shares his Security Nexus perspective on “Sending the COVID-19 Immune to Work to Prevent Economic Catastrophe.” In this paper, Canyon writes “Widespread introduction of commercial and societal lockdown practices is helping to flatten the curve of new coronavirus cases, while...

The Coronavirus and its Likely Impact on North Korea
The Coronavirus and its Likely Impact on North Korea

“The Coronavirus and its Likely Impact on North Korea” is a new paper authored by Dr. Sungmin Cho forSecurity Nexus. In this paper, Dr. Cho explains how the COVID-19 is likely to impact North Korea’s domestic politics and foreign policy behavior by examining the official statements, and...

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The Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (DKI APCSS)

The CT team here at DKI APCSS has started a new weekly newsletter called CT Go! It is available on our public webisite at this link. We have also uploaded the newest CTGo! Podcast.

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