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IBM, AFCEA, and the PfP Consortium invite you to join us for a Transatlantic Security Jam: Securing the post COVID future, 12 – 14 May 2020
- UPDATE - Transatlantic Security Jam: Securing the post COVID future, Started 15:00 CET

Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, May 2020 - The COVID-19 pandemic has had a swift and severe impact on our societies. In the midst of this pandemic, many of us are facing new challenges and are asking what is next. This exclusive online event will focus on how to secure the post COVID future....

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2017 Alumni Scholars Announced

The Alumni Programs Office is pleased to announce the winners of the 2017 Marshall Center Alumni Scholarships. This year, we solicited applications from nearly 12,000 alumni, and received over 200 proposals for 8 available scholarships. The Faculty Scholarship Committee read through all...

2018 Fiesta Flambeau Parade
2018 Fiesta Flambeau Parade

The Defense Language Institute English Language Center participated in the Vanguard for the Fiesta Flambeau parade. Joning the Parade Vanguard for DLIELC were 146 international students carrying 72 differnt country flags.

Maritime Fusion Centers
A Network of Maritime Fusion Centers Throughout the Indo-Pacific

Exerpt: The establishment of national maritime fusion centers across the Indo-Pacific region would go a long way toward advancing maritime security. Indo-Pacific states should establish such centers with a focus on maritime threats of a transboundary nature, as well as traditional state-...

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ADM Davidson spotlighted in 4th DKI Speaker Series

Admiral Philip S. Davidson, Commander ofU.S. Indo-Pacific Command, shared his thoughts on challenges and opportunities in the region during the Daniel K. Inouye Speaker Series held on Tuesday night at theDaniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies. Event Images The hybrid...

Argentine VMOD Visits Perry Center
Argentina's Vice-Minister of Defense Visits the Perry Center

On Friday, September 6, 2019, Argentine Vice Minister of Defense Her Excellency Paola Di Chiaro visited the William J Perry Center accompanied by fellow Argentine representatives Marianela Marzi, National Director of Strategic Military Intelligence, Mauricio Colucci, Deputy Director of...

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Armenia and Azerbaijan implement crisis hotline in the wake of RSSC SG recommendation; ceasefire violations decline.

Vienna, Austria, December 7, 2018 – Since the establishment of a crisis hotline between Armenia and Azerbaijan in October 2018, reports of ceasefire violations have decreased approximately 75% according to George Niculescu, Partnership for Peace Consortium’s Regional Stability in the South...

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AUKUS Is a Short-Term Mess but a Long-Term Win for Australia

Dr. Alexander Vuving has a new article in Foreign Policy magazine entitled “AUKUS Is a Short-Term Mess but a Long-Term Win for Australia.” The article discusses the impact of the Australian-UK-US pact on Australia. According to Vuving, although the immediate impact may have been...

Bangladesh
Bangladesh at 50: The Rise of A Bangladesh That Can Say No

“Bangladesh at 50: The Rise of a Bangladesh That Can Say No” is a newSecurity Nexusarticle written by DKI APCSS alumna Dr.LailufarYasmin,aprofessor at theUniversity of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Abstract:Bangladesh celebrated its 50 years of independence in 2021. Since October 2020, as Bangladesh’s...

Evolving the 5 Eyes
Canada Can Do Much More With Its Five Eyes Allies To Respond To China And Russia’s Global Threats

OTTAWA, ON (September 30, 2021):The international environment is increasingly insecure. Under the leadership of Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin, China and Russia are attempting to reshape the international system and constrain the liberal democratic West. State competition is changing, in a...

DKI APCSS Alumni at Chiefs of Defense Conference
Chiefs of Defense Conference 2016

Reposted from Defense.mil Story by Lisa Ferdinando DoD News, Defense Media Activity MANILA, Philippines , Sept. 6, 2016 — Addressing military leaders from 29 Pacific nations, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff today voiced concern over North Korea's recent missile activity and...

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China and North Korea: A New Peak Of Comradeship

"China and North Korea: A New Peak of Comradeship" is Dr.Sungmin Cho’s latest commentary made at the invitation of the Italian Institute for International Political Studies. In July 2021, commemorating the 60th anniversary of the mutual defense treaty, Chinese President Xi Jinping said...

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China’s Salami Slicing Tactics and the Latest India-China Border Standoff

“China’s Salami Slicing Tactics and the Latest India-China Border Standoff” is a new paper by DKI APCSS professor Dr. Srini Sitaraman for Security Nexus. In this OpEd, Sitaraman discusses India’s strategy for dealing with the increasing border incursions committed by China while minimalizing...

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COVID-19 and Terrorism in the West: Has Radicalization Really Gone Viral?

According to the authors, this wave “has been exaggerated and rests upon a collection of precarious assumptions.” They further state that: “these various assumptions support what we refer to as the “perfect storm” theory of COVID-19 and terrorism, to which we now turn a critical eye. By taking...

Security Nexus
COVID-19: End of Hyper-Globalization and Start of Hyper-Locationzation?

Dr. Srini Sitaraman contributed an article to the Security Nexus, a free, open access, international, peer-reviewed, online publication for DKI APCSS faculty and alumni. The article was entitled “COVID-19: END OF HYPER-GLOBALIZATION AND START OF HYPER-LOCALIZATION?” Here is an excerpt from...

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Daniel K. Inouye Speaker Series features Gen. John Allen

“America’s Leadership in the 21st Century” was the focus of the latest Daniel K. Inouye Speaker Series event held last night with guest speaker retired U.S. Marine Corps General John. R. Allen. Allen, who is currently the president of the Brookings Institute, shared his thoughts on challenges...

DASD Sergio de la Peña Addresses Perry Center Alumni in Panama
DASD Sergio de la Peña Addresses Perry Center Alumni in Panama

Over 100 Perry Center alumni, Panamanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs officials, University of Panama and Florida State University faculty and students, and members of the diplomatic community gathered on Monday, February 3rd at the University of Panama for a Perry Center alumni event featuring...

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Denuclearization through Peace: A Policy Approach to Change North Korea from Foe to Friend

Dr. James Minnich has a new articled called “Denuclearization through Peace: A Policy Approach to Change North Korea from Foe to Friend” which was recently published by Military Review. Synopsis: “The denuclearization of North Korea is a shared global security interest. As the United States...

Nordic Asia Podcast
DKI APCSS Professor Sungmin Cho Featured on the Nordic Asia Podcast

On March 27, the Nordic Asia Podcast featured DKI APCSS professor Dr. Sungmin Cho who spoke on the multi-faceted security dilemmas that beset the Korean Peninsula. In the thirty-minute interview, Dr. Cho forecasted future changes for South Korea’s President-elect Yoon Suk-yeol’s foreign...

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DKI APCSS Professors Support Forum on Maritime Law Enforcement

The Daniel K. Inouye Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies (DKI APCSS) provided subject matter expertise to the Southeast Asia Maritime Law Enforcement Initiative (SEAMLEI) Coast Guard Commander’s Forum, which took place from April 4-7 in Tumon, Guam. The U.S. and Philippine Coast Guards...

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The South Caucasus: A playground between NATO and Russia?

In this article, the challenges and prospects of cooperation between the South Caucasus countries and NATO have been analyzed. The geo-economic, geopolitical and geostrategic importance of the region for both NATO and the Collective Security Treaty Organization (Russia particularly) and reciprocal...

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U.S. admiral warns against U.S.-China war in best-seller

DKI APCSS Alumnae and former visiting scholar Mizuho Kajiwara has a new interview with retired Admiral Stavridis. Read it online at: http://www.asahi.com/ajw/articles/14362039

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Peace unravels in the Solomon Islands

"Peace unravels in the Solomon Islands" by Anna Powles and Jose Luis Sousa-Santos on the current situation in the Solomon Islands: “Strategic competition may have been a spark behind the riots but it was also a pawn. China, Taiwan and the United States have jostled for influence in Malaita since...

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Border
The Dark Side of Reopening Borders in the Pacific

When Fijian Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama announced Fiji wouldopen its bordersto international travellers on 1 December 2021, much of the focus was inevitably on the revival of the tourist sector, which comprises 40 per cent of the country’s economy. However, there is a dark side to the...

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CFE-DM's Northeast Asia Disaster Management Reference Handbook

CFE-DM's Northeast Asia Disaster Management Reference Handbook is available! It examines how China, Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan contribute to global humanitarian response and disaster relief. Click here to read the handbook:https://www.cfe-dmha.org/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=SDhPdJv5e2Y%3d...

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Nepal
Modern Diplomacy and Foreign Policy of Nepal

This research article was originally published in Former Career Ambassador’s (AFCAN) Review-journal Series II. It covers Nepal’s relation with rising China and prospects of trilateral cooperation. Nepal as an economic bridge between India and China was recently reproduced by Telegraph Nepal....

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Korea
Foreign Relations

This publication is an anthology of various topics involving foreign relations in Korea.

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Comparative Analysis
Comparative Analysis of CT/CVE Policies: USA, Canada, United Kingdom, Sweden, and North Macedonia

Homeland Securityconducted a comparative analysis of five countries’ CT/CVE policies– USA, Canada, United Kingdom, Sweden, and North Macedonia– to identify common values and themes. Read the publication here.

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Five things we learned about China’s ambitions for the Pacific from the leaked deal

APCSS alumna Anna Powles writes, "The draft communique reveals the ambitious scope of Beijing’s intent in the Pacific and a coherent desire from China to seek to shape the regional order. Ten years ago, Pacific security thinkers would debate whether Chinese engagement in the Pacific was by default...

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Nepal: A fertile ground for Buddhist diplomacy
Nepal: A fertile ground for Buddhist diplomacy

APCSS alumnus Binoj Basnyat writes, "Prime Minister Modi made an official visit to Lumbini, Nepal—Lord Buddha’s birthplace—on 16 May 2022on the occasion of Buddha Purnima. This comes at a time when the world is becoming increasingly divided over the Ukraine conflict, when the role of the United...

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