Security Studies

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2023 Lebanese Armed Forces Seminar

From April 10–14, 2023, the Near East South Asia (NESA) Center for Strategic Studies hosted a seminar titled “An Evolving World Order” at National Defense University (NDU) in Washington, DC. The program was designed to provide an academic setting in which these officers could examine ideas...

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2023 NESA-IISS South Asia Security Forum

From 10–12 March 2023, the Near East South Asia Center for Strategic Studies and its partner, the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS), co-hosted the 7th annual South Asia Security Forum in Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain.The NESA Center team Distinguished Professor Hassan Abbas,...

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A Security Nexus Report Article Focusing on Artificial Intelligence for Security Practitioners

Major Brent Feller, United States Air Force Military Professor at the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (DKI APCSS), published a new report article for Security Nexus that explores the potential for artificial intelligence (AI) tools like ChatGPT to assist security...

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Maluhia Workshop Convenes Senior Officials for Strategic Collaboration

The recent Maluhia 2023 workshop focused on building a better understanding of strategic policy in the region. Thirty-seven senior officials from countries within and outside the Indo-Pacific region gathered at the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (DKI APCSS) in...

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Nationalism Versus Liberalism: A South Korean View of the Taiwan Issues

At the invitation of Brookings Institution, Dr. Sungmin Cho contributed an essay for its Taiwan-U.S. Quarterly Analysis series. In this essay, Dr. Cho explains, “The Taiwan issue is often viewed by leaders of the United States and its allies as a contest between democracy and...

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NESA Center Briefing at ARCENT Commander’s Conference

On 20 April 2023, the United States Army Central Command (ARCENT) conducted a Commander’s Conference at Shaw Airforce Base in South Carolina for all subordinate components and headquarters leadership focused on Security Cooperation. ARCENT invited the Near East South Asia (NESA) Center for...

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NESA Center Hosts Army War College Strategic Staff Ride Seminar

On 16 May 2023, the Near East South Asia Center hostedDr. John Nagland twelve academic year 22–23 Army War College students from Carlisle Barracks for discussions on contemporary Iranian strategy and U.S. Middle East policy under the Biden Administration.Dr. Mahsa Rouhi, from theInstitute for...

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NESA-AFRICOM 2023 Workshop Series and NESA Center Women, Peace, and Security E-Book Release

From 29 April – 6 May 2023, the Near East South Asia (NESA) Center for Strategic Studies, in partnership with U.S. Africa Command, held three back-to-back workshop series in Bangkok, Thailand, for senior government and civilian security experts and a “whole of society” approach from 24...

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The 67th Annual Excellence in Federal Government Awards Program

The Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security honored five individuals and one team at the 2023 Honolulu Pacific Federal Executive Awards ceremony. The 67th Annual Excellence in Federal Government Awards Program and EXPO took place on May 5, 2023. This year DKI APCSS awardees are...

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The 7th Great Power Competition Conference

On 7–9 March 2023, theGlobal and National Security Institute(GNSI) at the University of South Florida (USF), in collaboration with the Near East South Asia (NESA) Center for Strategic Studies, held the7th Great Power Competition (GPC) Conferencetitled“The Current Rise of the Great Powers – The...

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The NESA Center Launches Online, On-Demand Courses for Alumni

On 23 May 2023, the NESA Center announced the launch of its online, on-demand courses for alumni through the GlobalNET Learning Management System (LMS). There are currently 16 courses available. The courses are self-paced and cover a wide range of security topics including Great Power...

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USARPAC Spouses Visit DKI APCSS

U.S. Army Pacific commander spouses visited the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies on Thursday, May 11, 2023 to learn more about the Center and participate in lectures on Women, Peace and Security and Disinformation. DKI APCSS Director Pete Gumataotao welcomed the...

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With Three Generations, DKI APCSS Becomes a Family Tradition

One of the ideological bedrocks of the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies is the concept of “ohana” or family. In the past, the Center has had fathers and sons, fathers and daughters, and spouses as alumni or staff. The Butler family is the first to have three...

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Alumni Publication: "The dangers of legitimizing the Taliban" by Shanthie Mariet D’Souza

On 01 May 2023, the Middle East Institute published NESA Center alumnaShanthie Mariet D’Souza's article "The dangers of legitimizing the Taliban"in itsMonday Briefing: People power — the Israeli version blog. "Consensus eludes the West and regional countries on how to reform the Taliban’s...

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"The Panama Canal Expansion: A Failed-Game Changer for Port Throughput of Transshipment Ports."

Check out the latest publication of Lt Col. Yovani Chavez: The expansion of the Panama Canal: A failed game changer for the port traffic of the transshipment ports.Click here to read.

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Alumni Publication: "The Prospect of US-Taliban Counterterrorism Cooperation: Is the Embrace Worth It?" by Shanthie Mariet D’Souza

On 15 May 2023,The Diplomat published NESA Center alumnaShanthie Mariet D’Souza's article "The Prospect of US-Taliban Counterterrorism Cooperation: Is the Embrace Worth It?" D'Souza argues that "suggested convergence on counterterrorism cooperation between the United States and the Taliban may...

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Alumni Publication: "The Colombo Security Conclave: What is it and what does it mean for Australia?" by Viraj Solanki

On 16 May 2023, ORF (Observer Research Foundation) published NESA Center alumnus Viraj Solanki's article "The Colombo Security Conclave: What is it and what does it mean for Australia?" Solanki argues that "With the support of the CSC, Australia can enhance its engagement with theNortheast...

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CSAG Strategy Paper: "CENTCOM Smart Power in the Middle East"

Overview: This year USCENTCOM celebrates the 40th anniversary of its establishment; one of its significant tasks is to achieve and enhance security and stability within its area of responsibility (AOR). USCENTCOM AOR includes 21 countries. The Middle East (ME) region is one of the most...

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Women’s secret war: the inside story of how the US military sent female soldiers on covert combat missions to Afghanistan

"Women’s secret war: the inside story of how the US military sent female soldiers on covert combat missions toAfghanistan" is an eye-opening account published on 22 May 2023 in The Conversation US that delves into the untold narrative of the U.S. military's deployment of female soldiers on missions...

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Alumni Publication: "Russia’s military is less than meets the eye" by Ilan Berman

On 24 May 2023, The Hill published the article "Russia’s military is less than meets the eye"authored byIlan Berman, a NESACenter alum and regular speaker for NESA Center programs. "For many years now, officials in Moscow have extolled the virtues of Russia’s 'wonder weapons,' military...

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Alumni Publication: "The Stakes of the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict and the Strategic Alliances Mapping" by Dr. Arslan Chikhaoui

On 26 May 2023, the NESA Center published alumnusDr. Arslan Chikhaoui's piece on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict titled"The Stakes of the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict and the Strategic Alliances Mapping." Read here About the author Dr.Arslan Chikhaoui is a Geo-political...

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NESA Center Women, Peace and Security (WPS) E-Book

During the NESA Center-U.S. Africa Command workshop series in Bangkok, Thailand from 29 April – 6 May 2023, the NESA Center released its first-everWomen, Peace and Security (WPS) E-Book. The book, titled“Women, Peace, and Security, On the 23rd Anniversary of UN Resolution 1325 and NESA’s...

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Alumni Publication: "Sudan Low-Intensity Conflict and its Impact on North Africa and Sahel Region" by Dr. Arslan Chikhaoui

On 30 May 2023, the NESA Center published alumnusDr. Arslan Chikhaoui's piece on the crisis in Sudan titled"Sudan Low-Intensity Conflict and its Impact on North Africa and Sahel Region." Read here About the author Dr.Arslan Chikhaoui is a Geo-political Analyst and the...

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Alumni Publication: "A Compulsive Embrace Beneath the Afghanistan-Iran Water Conflict" by Shanthie Mariet D’Souza

On 31 May 2023,The Diplomat published NESA Center alumnaShanthie Mariet D’Souza's article"A Compulsive Embrace Beneath the Afghanistan-Iran Water Conflict." D'Souza argues that "Kabul and Tehran have conflicting claims over the Helmand river’s water, but other mutual interests bind the two sides...

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Alumni Publication: "China Can’t Have It Both Ways in Europe" by Joshua Eisenman and Ilan Berman

On 30 May 2023,Foreign Policy (FP) published the opinion piece"China Can’t Have It Both Ways in Europe" co-authored byJoshua Eisenman and Ilan Berman, a NESACenter alum and regular speaker for NESA Center programs. The article explores the intricate dynamics between China, Russia, and European...

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Alumni Publication: "Voicing Against Disinformation" by Charani Patabendige

On 05 June 2023,Modern Diplomacy published NESA Center alumnaCharani Patabendige's article "Voicing Against Disinformation." "Disinformation affects both military and soft security aspects. A piece of disinformation can be a critical determinant to decide a victory of a state against another....

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CSAG Information Paper: "Capt. America vs Capt. Agon (The Billion-Dollar Bargaining Chip for the Syrian Republic of Captagon)"

Subject:Capt. America vs Capt. Agon (The Billion-Dollar Bargaining Chip for the Syrian Republic of Captagon) Purpose: This paper aims to present the CSAG’s analysis regarding how the Captagon drug industry in Syria affects the region and what the US/CENTCOM could do to consolidate its position...

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"The Future of Security in the Middle East" featuring NESA Center Professor David Des Roches

Volume 30,Issue 2 of the Middle East Policy Journal, published on28 May, includes a transcript of the Middle East Policy Council Symposium"The Future of Security in the Middle East," which took place on 21 Aprilin Washington, D.C. The symposiumfeatured NESA Center Associate Professor David Des...

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