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India's bullying
New OpEd on India and its Neighbors

New OpEd on India and its Neighbors by resident faculty member Shyam Tekwani "India’s bullying of its neighbours boosted China. Now it needs to build a strong backyard”.DKI APCSS Professor Shyam Tekwani writes for the South China Morning Post. The opinion piece states that: “after...

Panama NSPW
Panama National Security Policy Workshop

At the request of the new Government of Panama, the Perry Center held a one-day national security policy workshop (NSPW) for 30 officials from the Ministry of Public Security on August 7, 2019 at the InterContinental Miramar Hotel, in Panama City, Panama. Vice Minister of Public Security...

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Perry Center and the Facultad de la Defensa Nacional of Argentina (FADENA) Deliver a Joint Seminar on Defense Futures and Policy Imperatives

In mid-November 2016, the Facultad de la Defensa Nacional (FADENA) of Argentina and the Perry Center delivered a first of a kind joint seminar entitled Futuros Inciertos y los Nuevos Imperativos de la Politica de Defensa (Uncertain Futures and New Defense Policy Imperatives). Held in Buenos...

XIII Conference of Ministers of Defense of the Americas
Perry Center Director Speaks at XIII Conference of Ministers of Defense of the Americas

October 19, 2018 Perry Center Director Lieutenant General (ret.) Frederick Rudesheim participated in the Conference of Defense Ministers of the Americas (CDMA) hosted by the Government of Mexico in Cancun from 7 - 10 October. The forum was founded by former Defense Secretary William J....

Perry Center Participates in Wilson Center Mexico Institute’s 8th Annual US-Mexico Security Conference
Perry Center Participates in Wilson Center Mexico Institute’s 8th Annual US-Mexico Security Conference

Perry Center Professor Celina Realuyo participated in the Wilson Center Mexico Institute's 8th Annual US-Mexico Security Conference on January 15, 2020 where she spoke on her latest publication "Countering the Evolving Drug Trade in the Americas" addressing the opioid epidemic and growing drug...

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PfP Annual Conference Geneva 2013

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PfP Consortium begins the Hybrid Threats and Warfare Generic Reference Curriculum
PfP Consortium begins the Hybrid Threats and Warfare Generic Reference Curriculum

Washington, United States of America, November 15, 2021 -Emerging Security Challenges Working Group (ESCWG) held first workshop to develop a reference curriculum on Hybrid Threats – The PfP Consortium’s ESCWG gathered expert contributions on hybrid threats and warfare which will serve as the...

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PfPC Background Paper: Technology Innovation and Its Impact: Policy Considerations for International Security

”Emerging Security Challenges” is an all-encompassing term used to describe a set of non-traditional threats and risks that increasingly impact our security policy agendas. Many of these are linked to new or evolving technologies – requiring careful consideration of their potential...

Program Course Director Professor David Des Roches welcoming the group at National Defense University (NDU)
Qatar Joint Staff College Visit

From 15–20 May 2022, the NESA Center hosted the Washington Visit of Qatar’s Joaan bin Jassim Command and Staff College Senior Officer Program in Washington, DC. The 35 participants included senior military officers and senior leaders from various Qatari government agencies. This program was...

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Qatari Diplomatic Institute Virtual Seminar

From 08-10 November 2021, Dr. Gawdat Bahgat led the Qatari Diplomatic Institute Virtual Seminar to help foster a shared understanding of the evolving strategic landscape in the Middle East and promote mutual cooperation. The seminar was attended by over 100 officials from the Qatari Ministry...

Recommendations for Policy Makers in the Western Balkans are Out
Recommendations for Policy Makers in the Western Balkans are Out

Vienna, Austria, 6 December 2021- The PfPC’s Regional Stability in South East Europe Working Group (RSSEE WG) published policy recommendations from its 41st Workshop titled “Regional Security Cooperation in South Europe in the Aftermath of North Macedonia’s NATO Accession” through the Austrian...

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Regional Stability in South East Europe Study Group (RSSEE SG) recommends to support Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia efforts to find a political compromise with Greece.

This recommendation designed to facilitate NATO membership and the opening of EU membership negotiations is included in the policy recommendations resulting from a September 2018 RSSEE SG Workshop; ”Greece and Its Western Balkan Neighbours – Common Challenges in a Changing Europe”. The...

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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...

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SDP 2016 Resident Phase Begins

On October 10, the Perry Center received 72 students for the first day of the Strategy and Defense Policy (SDP) course resident phase. The students, representing 19 different countries throughout the Western Hemisphere, have already been working with Perry Center faculty and one another for...

Back to work
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...

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Senior Executive Seminar - Gray Zone Warfare and Great Power Competition

16-20 November 2020 – the NESA Center held a Senior Executive Seminar themed “Gray Zone Warfare and Great Power Competition.” The week-long seminar is designed to deepen participants’ understanding of the evolving nature of modern warfare as waged by whole of government, using elements beyond...

More than 20 security professional and academics attended the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (DKI APCSS) one-day workshop Jan. 30 entitled “Space and the Indo-Pacific: Issues, Challenges and Cooperative Priorities.”
Space: An Exploratory Discussion

The Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (DKI APCSS) held a one-day workshop Jan. 30 entitled “Space and the Indo-Pacific: Issues, Challenges and Cooperative Priorities.” Space is fast emerging as a domain of major strategic significance for the United States, its...

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Sri Lanka's Geopolitical Challenges with Asanga Abeyagoonasekera

22 January 2021 – In the eleventh edition of theNESA Alumni Virtual Interview Series, Mr. Fahad Malaikah hostsMr. Asanga Abeyagoonasekerafor a discussion of his new book,“Conundrum of an Island: Sri Lanka’s Geopolitical Challenges”. Mr. Abeyagoonasekera sheds light on what inspired him to...

Ethnic Majoritarianism
Sri Lanka’s return to ethnic majoritarianism.

DKI APCSS Professor Shyam Tekwani has a new article published by the East Asia Forum entitled “Sri Lanka’s return to ethnic majoritarianism.” In the article, Tekwani states that “Before Sri Lanka’s economy can be rebuilt or democratic institutions revitalised, the country will need to come...

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The COVID-19 Crisis and the Coming Cold War

Dr. John Hemmings shared his perspectives on “The COVID-19 Crisis and the Coming Cold War" for DKI APCSS’ Security Nexus. Here is an excerpt from the article: "The COVID-19 Crisis has been a significant global event, putting stress on states in how they respond, exasperating geopolitical...

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