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Marshall Center Seminar Digs into a ‘Frozen Conflict’ to Uncover Tools for Peace

By Christine June GCMC Public Affairs GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany (April 28, 2017) – Dr. Natalia Albu, associate professor at the Military Academy of the Republic of Moldova, was still in high school in 1992 when war broke out in her country, and more than 25 years later, it remains a...

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...

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Marshall Center, GLOBSEC Begin Partnership

Bratislava, Slovakia (June 18) - The George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies organized a panel discussion with invited officials and experts on "Defending Europe's Flank" during the annual GLOBSEC conference 18 May in Bratislava. Dr. Andrew Michta (Dean of the Marshall...

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Marshall Center’s Central Asia Program Hosts Border Security, Management Workshop in Tajikistan

DUSHANBE, Tajikistan (March 16, 2018) – The Marshall Center’s Central Asia Non-Resident Program, Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Dushanbe’s Border Management Staff College, and the U.S. Embassy Dushanbe, conducted a workshop on Border Security and Management here...

Almaty
Marshall Center’s Central Asia Team Hosts Regional Energy Security Conference in Kazakhstan

By Central Asia Program George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies ALMATY, Kazakhstan (April 12, 2018) – The George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies’ Central Asia Team, in cooperation with the U.S. and German embassies in Astana, Dushanbe, Ashgabat and...

CTOC 17-01
Marshall Center’s Combating Transnational Crime Course ‘Brings Strategies to Life’

By Christine June GCMC Public Affairs GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany (Dec. 15, 2016) – Packing tools to bring strategies to life, 90 practitioners are heading home to 52 countries after graduating from the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies’ Program on Countering...

Nane Karutyunyan
Marshall Center’s Seminar Encourages First Line of Defense in the Fight Against Corruption

By Christine June GCMC Public Affairs KYIV, Ukraine (April 17, 2017)—Nane Harutyunyan, a lawyer with the Ministry of Justice in Armenia, wrote notes, asked questions and researched in the evenings because she knew the “Black Sea-Eurasia Region Countering Corruption Seminar” she was...

Athens
Migration and Human Smuggling Focus at Athens Seminar

By James Brooks, Marshall Center Public Affairs Director Garmisch-Partenkirchen, GERMANY (June 21, 2017) – Nearly two dozen senior security professionals from seven European nations gathered in Athens, Greece, for a two-day conference examining migration and human smuggling, June 14-15,...

T&T visit
Minister of National Security of Trinidad & Tobago Visits the Perry Center

On April 5, 2016, the Honourable Edmund E. Dillon (Major General, Ret.), Minister of National Security of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, visited the Perry Center to discuss preparations for the upcoming Conference of Defense Ministers of the Americas (XII CDMA). Minister Dillon was...

Moldovan Alumni Stage Eighth Security Cooperation Roundtable
Moldovan Alumni Stage Eighth Security Cooperation Roundtable

Over 60 Marshall Center alumni and other Moldovan officials attended the Moldovan George C. Marshall Association’s 8th Annual Roundtable on 20 November 2012. This year’s event focused on Lessons Learned from Partner Nations in Eastern Europe about Euroatlantic Integration. The event was held...

Mongolia TSP
Mongolian Parliamentarians and “Third Neighbors” Meet at Marshall Center

By James E. Brooks, George C. Marshall Center Public Affairs Director A delegation of five parliamentarians and seven senior government officials from Mongolia spent three days at the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies discussing their roles and responsibilities in a...

Narco-States: Africa's Next Menace

Op-Ed Contributor Narco-States: Africa's Next Menace By DAVIN O'REGAN Since emerging as Africa’s first narco-state in the mid 2000s, Guinea Bissau’s slide toward instability has been swift and precipitous. The homicide rate has spiked by 25 percent and is now...

PfPC
Nations discuss regional stability in South Caucasus

REICHENAU, Austria - The topic "Regional Stability in the South Caucasus: De-conflicting Protracted Conflicts: The Role of the EU and NATO" brought together more than thirty distinguished security experts with academic, military, political and civil society backgrounds from fifteen...

WJPC and NESA event
NESA-AFRICOM-WJPC "Trans-Regional Illicit Commons: Drugs, Guns and People Workshop"

The William J. Perry Center for Strategic Studies (WJPC) in partnership with the Near East South Asia (NESA) Center for Strategic Studies and U.S.Africa Command (USAFRICOM) conducted a Trans-Regional Illicit Commons: Drugs, Guns and People Workshop from 19-21 July 2016 in Casablanca, Morocco....

Peter A. Gumataotao
New Director for Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies Named

HONOLULU –The Department of Defense has approved the selection of retired U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Peter A. Gumataotao to be the director of the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (DKI APCSS), a Department of Defense organization dedicated to advancing security cooperation...

Perry Center Publication
New Report on Central American Instability

July 14, 2016 Intelligence fusion centers may be the type of security apparatus that countries in the Northern Triangle need to combat organized crime according to Dr. Thomas Bruneau. In the most recent Perry Center Occasional Paper, Dr. Bruneau, a distinguished Professor Emeritus of...

Officials from more than 30 Nations Meet for Africa Center’s Annual Senior Leaders Seminar

More than 50 senior officials from 36 African countries attended the opening of the Africa Center for Strategic Studies (ACSS)’s Senior Leaders Seminar on June 17, 2013, in Arlington, Virginia. The opening included keynote remarks by Ms. Amanda J. Dory, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense...

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...

Opinion/Editorial
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...

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...

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Disputes in the Arctic: Threats and Opportunities

IntroductionFor centuries, the Arctic was a “sacred place” for humanity. This frozen void was a magnet for adventurers and explorers, for everybody who wanted to challenge both themselves and nature. In nineteenth century, the “top of the world” became a field of competition for major European and...

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Monthly Activities report
DKI APCSS Monthly Activities Report

The DKI APCSS Monthly Activities Reports are now online at: https://www.mynewsletterbuilder.com/email/newsletter/1410730387

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DKI APCSS Monthly Activities Report

Our latest Monthly Activities Report is now available online at: https://www.mynewsletterbuilder.com/email/newsletter/1412847016

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Editorial: Planning and Development of Defense Institutions in Time of Transformation

This chapter describes an initial step toward a constructive dialogue on the question of what constitutes effective defense institution-building. It provides a general overview of issues such as, how to match capabilities with security risks, defense requirements, and available resources; how to...

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Emerging Technologies in the Context of Security

This paper discusses a security strategy adopted by the European Council to address concerted European activity in the field of security and, more specifically, in activities to anticipate and cope more effectively and efficiently with new security threats such as terrorism, proliferation of...

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Energy Security and Geopolitics

This article highlights the concept of energy security within a broad geopolitical concept. The author reviews energy consumption patterns and statistics and outlines the main actors that play a significant role in the production and transportation of oil and gas. A case study of Bulgaria shows how...

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Energy Security and NATO: Any Role for the Alliance?

Since its inception, one of the top priorities of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has been maintaining the uninterrupted flow of energy resources, as it has always been directly linked to the organization’s operability and the security of its member states. For the Alliance, energy...

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EU Prepares for Hard-core Chad Mission

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Fighting Human Trafficking in Bavaria

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