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Marshall Center faculty member, Dr. Greg Gleason, publishes article in the Kazakh journal "Kazakhstan in Global Processes"

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Congratulations CCM14-1!

One hundred Fellows representing 31 different nations and territories, and one international organization, graduated July 1 from the Comprehensive Crisis Management (CCM) Course 14-1 at the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies in Honolulu. This diverse group of security practitioners...

Marshall Center Transnational Weekly - 30 July 2014

Dear Readers:The latest edition of the Transnational Info Alert can be found at this link:https://members.marshallcenter.org/news-story/marshall-center-updateThis is a new way to access the Transnational Info Alert, which was previously the PTSS Daily. The link goes to GlobalNET, which is the...

The future of NATO
Former Marshall Center Professor publishes book on NATO.

The conclusion of International Security AssistanceForce (ISAF) operations in Afghanistan in 2014 closes an importantchapter in the history of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization(NATO). In this volume, European and US experts examine a range ofperennial issues facing the Alliance, including...

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Macedonia Alumni Association discuss the implications of NATO-post Wales Summit with regional alumni

The Macedonia Alumni Association in cooperation with NATO Public Diplomacy and the Marshall Center conducted a regional alumni workshop in Ohrid, Macedonia from 10-14 September. The 3-day workshop entitled “NATO post-Wales: Future of the Alliance and Regional Stability of the Western Balkans”...

Albanian Alumni Hold Workshop to Discuss Fighting Corruption
Albanian Alumni Hold Workshop to Discuss Fighting Corruption in Albania

On 23 September in Tirana, the Marshall Center, the Albanian Alumni Association and the U.S. Embassy partnered for an Alumni Outreach Networking Event (ONE) on the topic of “Challenges and Perspectives of Fighting Corruption in Albania”. Speakers included Mr. Henry Jardine, U.S. Deputy Chief...

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Marshall Center Alumni in Greece Hold First Networking Event in Athens in Conjunction With GCMC Seminar on Border Security

On 24 September in Athens, Greece, the Marshall Center and U.S. Embassy partnered to host a networking reception at the residence of the U.S. Defense Attache in conjunction with a three-day Marshall Center Seminar on Border Security. Over seventy alumni and guests were welcomed by...

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BiH alumni hold roundtable on NATO partnership

The BiH alumni association in cooperation with the MOD and the Marshall Center held an alumni roundtable on 29 September in Army House, Sarajevo. More than 60 alumni and guests from the security sector and NGOs attended the 3-hourevent which was entitled, "What is NATOAlliance to NATO Partners...

Emerging Security Challenges Working Group
PfPC's Emerging Security Challenges Working Group is underway in Malta, discussing hybrid warfare and hybrid conflict

The Partnership for Peace Consortium's (PfPC)Emerging Security Challenges Working Groupmet in Malta, generously hosted by the University of Malta's Mediterranean Academy of Diplomatic Studies (MEDAC). The group discussed hybrid warfare and hybrid conflicts, which focuses on the changing...

SEAPOC Concludes with 38 Alumni

Thirty-eight Fellows completed the Senior Executive Asia-Pacific Orientation Course (SEAPOC) 14-2 at the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies Oct. 9. The course is comprised of senior military members and civilians serving in security-related positions, to include diplomatic or defense...

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Marshall Center PTSS Alumnus publishes new book!

Yuri Gramajo, a GCMC graduate of PTSS 2009-7,just published his sixth book, entitled "Debate Internacional". Published in Argentina, this book addressesmultiple international scenarioswith significant global impact. The book was co-authored by academics from Argentina, Chile, Spain...

109 graduate Advanced Security Cooperation Course 14-3

Security practitioners from 34 nations and territories graduated from the Advanced Security Cooperation Course 14-3 today at the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies. One hundred nine military and civilian Fellows attended the nearly five-week course Sep. 25 – Oct. 29. ASC is an...

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Deputy Vice Chancellor of the Swedish National Defense College Visits the PfPC

Today we had a very productive meeting with Brigadier General Bengt Axelsson, Deputy Vice Chancellor of the Swedish National Defense College, and also Sweden's representative on the PfPC's Senior Advisory Council (SAC). We pledged to pursue future cooperation between PfPC and Sweden in a...

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Marshall Center alumni from Lithuania discuss new threats to Baltic and Central Europe security

About 40 Lithuanian alumni met in Vilnius on Nov. 19 to attend a networking event. The Lithuanian Minister of Defense and president of the Alumni Association, Dr. Juozas Olekas, gave the welcoming address and the Director of the Marshall Center, LTG (ret.) Keith Dayton (above,...

Why North Korea Won't Follow Myanmar's Path to Reform

Dr. Steven Kim and Dr. Miemie Winn Byrd recently collaborated on an article discussing whether North Korea would follow Myanmar in adopting institutional reforms. Their article "Worlds Apart: Why North Korea Won't Follow Myanmar's Path to Reform," which appears in the 2014 Winter...

APCSS class evaluates, debates issues associated with modern-day terrorism

Teams of international Fellows went head-to-head during four debates that marked the latest iteration of the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies’ course on terrorism held Feb. 11 – March 13. The Comprehensive Security Responses to Terrorism (15-1) course brought 107 Fellows...

APCSS professors take part in LANPAC 2015 forum

Two Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies professors took part in a six-person panel addressing potential impacts of the 2015 U.S. National Security Strategy released in February. The panel was part of the May 19 to 21 LANPAC Symposium and Exposition held in Honolulu. The event,...

Talking about security without young people? Not possible!

The Africa Center for Strategic Studies along with colleagues from the Department of Defense attended yesterday’s YALI Mandela Fellowship Expo to represent DoD.  We had the opportunity to have thought-provoking conversations with the YALI fellows about how security is tied into their important...

Parler de la sécurité sans les jeunes? Pas possible!

Le Centre d’études stratégiques de l’Afrique et ses collègues du Département de la Défense des E.U. ont assisté hier à l’Exposition du YALI Mandela Fellowship pour représenter le Département. Par le biais des questions, nous avons invité les fellows à réfléchir sur les liens entre leur travail...

Oceania Book
APCSS Publishes New Book ‘Regionalism, Security & Cooperation in Oceania’

“Regionalism, Security & Cooperation in Oceania” is the latest book to be published by the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies. The book is edited by APCSS professor Dr. Rouben Azizian and Dean of the College of Security Studies Carleton Cramer. According to Dr. Azizian,...

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