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For Situational Awareness: Marshall Center’s Loisach Group to Host Event at the Munich Security Conference

GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany (Jan. 31, 2018) – Important for Marshall Center Staff and Faculty to know is that the Marshall Center’s and the Munich Security Conference’s Loisach Group will be hosting a roundtable discussion at the Munich Security Conference 2018. This discussion will be...

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GLOBAL TRENDS: National Intelligence Council Report

Global Trends Hompage Excerpt: Welcome to the 7th edition of the National Intelligence Council’s Global Trends report. Published every four years since 1997, Global Trends assesses the key trends and uncertainties that will shape the strategic environment for the United States during the...

25th anniversary
Hindsight, Insight, Foresight: Thinking about Security in the Indo-Pacific.

aside { width: 40%; padding-left: 18px; margin-left: 1px; float: right; font-style: italic; } As part of the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies 25th Anniversary, the Center has produced this publication, “Hindsight, Insight, Foresight: Thinking about...

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India's Strategic Rise, South Asia's Choices, and Greater Power Competition with Dr. Thomas Lynch

14 January 2021 – In the first iteration of the IOR digital series in 2021,Dr. Thomas Lynch of the Institute for National Security Studies (INSS)at National Defense University (NDU) joins NESA’s Jeffrey Payne to discuss his views on Great Power Competition, U.S.-India bilateral relations, and...

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International Military Officers’ Forum

From 1-5 November 2021, the NESA Center hosted foreign military officers assigned to U.S. Central Command in Tampa in Washington D.C. for an International Military Officers’ Forum titled “World Power Competition and Middle East Turmoil.” NESA Center experts, including Professor Dr. Richard...

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Iraq Capstone and Iraq’s National Defense College Visit

On 20-24 September 2021, the NESA Center hosted a delegation from the Iraq Capstone and Iraq’s National Defense College for a five-day seminar series. Amidst the ongoing Iraq-United States Strategic Dialogue, the United States Department of Defense sought to provide its Iraqi counterparts with...

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Iraqi General Officer Capstone Seminar

From 13–24 June 2022, the Near East South Asia Center’s professional military education (PME) team conducted a CAPSTONE strategic leader education program for 19 general officers, nine colonels, and two senior civil servants from Iraq. During the first week, the Iraq leaders attended twelve...

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Lebanon Fouad Shehab Command & Staff College Program

The NESA Center hosted the Lebanese Armed Forces for a Lebanon Fouad Shehab Command & Staff College Program titled “Back to Basics: U.S. Security Partnerships in the Middle East” from 18 to 22 April 2022. This seminar explored the enduring issues and values that can reinforce or...

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MABAL – Israel National Defense College Washington Program

On 21 June 2022, the Near East South Asia Center for Strategic Studies hosted 24 students and faculty from the Israel National Defense College (INDC) at Lincoln Hall on Fort McNair in Washington, DC. NESA Center Director LTG Terry A. Wolff, USA (Ret.) headed a discussion on the Russia-Ukraine...

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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Marshall Center Course Improves English Skills to Fight Organized Crime

By Christine June GCMC Public Affairs George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany – Although not her native language, Police Inspector Irena Marelja speaks English every day in her job as inspector for analysis and data processing in Bosnia...

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Marshall Center Highlights Strategies to Combat Transnational Criminal Organizations

By Emma Bareihs Public Affairs Office George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany – More than 100 law enforcement and government professionals from 53 nations are investigating how to fight a growing threat to national security during the...

Marshall Center Seminar Examines Threats to Europe from the MENA Region
Marshall Center Seminar Examines Threats to Europe from the MENA Region

By Christine June Public Affairs Office George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany (Jan. 22, 2019) – There are those who believe that the Arab regional order is collapsing, bringing a dark period for the Middle East and North Africa Region,...

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Marshall Center, Munich Security Conference Aim to Strengthen Transatlantic Partnership

By Christine June Public Affairs Office George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies MUNICH, Germany (Feb. 19, 2019) – The George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies’ and Munich Security Conference Foundation’s Loisach Group hosted its second annual side event...

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Marshall Center, Munich Security Conference’s Loisach Group Hosts Transatlantic Policy Discussions

By Josh Southworth George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies Washington D.C., (Nov, 15, 2018) – The George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies and the Munich Security Conference’s Loisach Group met in Washington, D.C. to discuss transatlantic security challenges...

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Measuring Shinzo Abe’s Impact on the Indo-Pacific

Dr. John Hemmings has a new paper published by the East West Center called “Measuring Shinzo Abe’s Impact on the Indo-Pacific.” In the paper, Hemmings explains that: “Suga – and, indeed, the next generation of future prime ministers – will continue Abe’s legacy in one form or another.” “...

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Meeting of the PfP Consortium’s Regional Stability in South East Europe Study Group

Reichenau and der Rax, Austria, May 6, 2022 - Regional Stability South East Europe Study Group is currently coming together to discuss "The Key Role of the Young for the Consolidation of South East Europe". On invitation of the Austrian Ministry of Defense, their National Defence Academy, the...

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New Africa Security Brief Released

As in much of Africa, the vast majority of security threats facing Nigeria are internal, often involving irregular forces such as insurgents, criminal gangs, and violent religious extremists. Effectively combating such threats requires cooperation from local communities—cooperation limited by...

Pakistan and good governance
New OpEd looks at Pakistan and good governance

Professor Shyam Tekwani’s latest OpEd entitled “Pakistan’s ‘three evils’, CPEC and good governance” was recently published by the East Asia Forum. According to Tekwani, “Setbacks to the China–Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) continue to mount, having spluttered along since its announcement...

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SPRING 2016
Emerging Security Challenges. SPRING 2016

Advances in sensors, communications, computing, nano- and bio-technologies, along with new strategies and operational concepts, challenge our policy-making capacity. The Spring 2016 issue of Connections presents the Emerging Security Challenges Working Group of the PfP Consortium and reflections of...

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Organized Crime. SUMMER 2016
Organized Crime. SUMMER 2016

The Summer 2016 issue of Connections is dedicated to the study of organized crime (OC). The lead article presents a study of the activities of organized crime groups in a megacity--Karachi--elaborating on their involvement in the implementation of impotantant governance functions and the local...

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2016 NATO Summit, Warsaw. FALL 2016

The Fall 2016 issue of Connections is dedicated to the NATO Summit that took place in Warsaw, Poland in July 2016. During the Summit, heads of state and government of allied and partner countries discussed key security challenges. This journal issue takes a deep look into two key themes - assuring...

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The Role of Strategic Communications in the Security Sector. NATO and Russia in the South Caucasus. SUMMER 2017
The Role of Strategic Communications in the Security Sector. NATO and Russia in the South Caucasus. SUMMER 2017

The Summer 2017 issue of Connections presents original research in the role of strategic communication, or StratCom, in shaping the image of a security sector organization with examples from the experience of the US and Ukraine, lessons learned from the decades long conflict in Western Sahara, and...

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The Post-Soviet World. WINTER 2018
The Post-Soviet World. WINTER 2018

The Winter 2018 issue of Connections provides a comprehensive view on Russia's attitude towards, and relations with Bulgaria, Montenegro, Georgia, and Ukraine, with focus on increasing tensions as a result of the consistent use of its hybrid toolbox. Another article looks into cross-border...

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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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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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