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June 2015DKI APCSS Alumni Newsletter June 2015

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Currents Magazine CoverThe latest edition of Currents Magazine is now available online. You can download the full copy or download it by sections here:

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May 2015DKI APCSS Alumni Newsletter May 2015

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LANPAC panel with APCSS faculty - photo courtesy of 25th ID PAO

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, sponsored by the Association of the U....

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This is the monthly alumni newsletter for April 2015  Alumni Newsletter

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The art of negotiation is a vital piece in the puzzle that is international cooperation.  Without an effective process of give-and-take, solving transnational problems is infinitely more complex, if not impossible.

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Professor Jessica EarAfter a workshop is complete there is always a question of what’s next? What will happen with this information? Recently, findings from one workshop were shared at a United Nations World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction.

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CSRT 15-1 FellowsTeams 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.

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This is the monthly alumni newsletter for March 2015.

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Fiji SSD WorkshopTo help strengthen Fiji’s comprehensive security capabilities, its government, in partnership with the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies, conducted a Security Sector Development Workshop in Suva Feb. 24-27. The workshop was conducted at the invitation of the Government of Fiji, and in coordination with the U.S. Embassy in Suva.