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‘What Mali Can Teach Us’ – Panel Discussion Co-Hosted by Africa Center

Fostering resilient and accountable institutions as well as efficient development projects in Mali are the best ways to achieve sustainable peace in the country, Mali’s Ambassador to the United States said in a discussion July 8, 2013, co-hosted by the Africa Center for Strategic Studies (ACSS...

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Consortium wraps 2 years of PME work with final writing session

GCMC Public Affairs Staff Report Spearheaded by the Partnership for Peace Consortium’s Education Development Working Group, the curriculum development event took place with the Czech Republic Ministry of Defense hosting a multi-national group of 20 senior enlisted leaders and civilians from...

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Congratulations to SES 13-10 – Another 70+ Join the Alumni Network

by Deacon Westervelt GCMC Public Affairs GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany (Sept. 11, 2013)– Security and defense professionals representing five Defense Department combatant commands from 44 countries have gathered here to share ideas about global shift of power from emerging economic...

Africa Center Organizes Meeting with US AFRICOM Chief, Top U.S. Diplomats, and Representatives of 45 African Nations

ALEXANDRIA, Virginia - Ambassadors, diplomats, and military officers representing 45 African nations participated in a 90-minute roundtable discussion October 23, 2013, with three of the top U.S. officials engaged in U.S.-Africa relations, including General David M. Rodriguez, the new...

100 Complete Orientation Course

One hundred American and international Fellows graduated from the Asia-Pacific Orientation Course (APOC), held November 4-8, at the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies. This was the third edition of this course given within the year, signifying its’ popularity amongst various on-island...

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APCSS hosts joint workshop with the NZDF CSC

Fellows and faculty from the New Zealand Defense Force (NZDF) Command and Staff College (CSC) attended a joint workshop hosted at the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (APCSS) from November 4-7. Focused on security dynamics and cooperation in the Asia Pacific region, this was the third...

OpEd: Japan's New Security Policies

For the past decade, Northeast Asia has experienced dramatic changes. China’s rapid economic growth has been accompanied by an equally rapid rise in its military spending and a willingness to engage in coercive diplomacy. North Korea too has become increasingly belligerent and willing to...

Heads of Defense Academic Programs Discuss the Contemporary Operating Environment at HDUCIM 2013

The ASEAN Regional Forum, Heads of Defense Universities, Colleges and Institutions Meetings (HDUCIM) is a process enabling regional military leaders to engage in discussion of academic matters associated with the training and professional  development of regional militaries.  The Asia-...

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Lithuanian Alumni Meet to Discuss Future UNSC Chairmanship and Reflect on 10 Years in NATO

Minister of National Defense of the Republic of Lithuania Juozas Olekas invited the Lithuanian Alumni of the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies for a meeting and discussions at the Ministry on January 28, 2014. Two discussions were held on diplomatic and military topics....

A New Ohana: 109 Fellows Complete Advanced Security Cooperation Course

HONOLULU – One hundred nine senior military and civilian government leaders from 32 locations graduated today from the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies “Executive Course: Advanced Security Cooperation.” Attending the regional security course were participants from: Australia,...

Reawakening of Japanese Nationalism

APCSS' professors Dr. Jeffrey Hornung and Dr.David Fouse, as well as former APCSS professor Dr. Yoshiro Sato, appeared on "Asia in Review" to discuss "Reawakening of Japanese Nationalism". Here is the link to the recorded program:  http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=...

APCSS Faculty Participate in Conference on U.S. - India Relations

By Dr. Saira Yamin and COL Gregory Winston Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (APCSS) Academic Chief of Staff Colonel Greg Winston and Associate Professor Dr. Saira Yamin participated in the United States Air Force Academy’s (USAFA) 55th Assembly as facilitators and panelist. Entitled...

Alumni in the News: Affiliate of Women in International Security established

International affairs organisation Women In International Security (WIIS) has established a new affiliate office in New Zealand — based at Massey’s Wellington campus. WIIS is the only global network actively advancing women’s leadership at all stages of their careers in the international...

28 Fellows Complete Transnational Security Cooperation Course

On Friday, 28 senior executives from 26 locations completed the Transnational Security Cooperation (TSC) course at the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies in Honolulu. Course Fellows came from: Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Chile, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Kiribati, Malaysia,...

COMPACFLT Speaks at APCSS

Adm. Harry B. Harris, Jr., Commander, U. S. Pacific Fleet visited APCSS April 16 to talk about security cooperation with the Fellows of Advanced Security Cooperation (ASC) Course 14-2 in the APCSS Auditorium. 

ACSS Dean Discusses Security Linkages Between Africa, Latin America at Perry Center

Africa Center's Academic Dean, Dr. Raymond Gilpin, discussed emerging security threats across the African continent and implications for regional and global stability at the Strategy Defense Policy course, organized by the William J. Perry Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies at the National...

The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation: A Tenable Provider of Security in Post-2014 Central Asia?

Can the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) service as a security provider in post-2014 Central Asia? Dr. Jeffrey Reeves discusses whether, and to what degree, the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) can fulfill this role in his new article “The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation: A...

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OpEd: Making the Case for a More Robust Regional Security Architecture in the Asia-Pacific

"Now, there are a lot of folks, a lot of skeptics, who often downplay the effectiveness of multilateral action. For them, working through international institutions like the U.N. or respecting international law is a sign of weakness. I think they’re wrong…I believe in American...

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PfPC Background Paper- “Big Data” and Emerging Security Challenges: Issues Facing Decision Makers

This background paper examines policy issues associated with emerging security challenges arising from the impact of big data on areas of societal importance and offers considerations for response. There is no single accepted definition for big data. However, the term generally represents...

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Turkish Policy Toward the Caucasus

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U.S Policy in the South Caucasus

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Viewpiont: The Fading of the Nation State

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Balancing American Involvement in Uzbekistan

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Caspian Oil and Regional Security

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Casualty Aversion in Tepid War

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