The Integration of International Migrants into Western Society

On May 18, 2017, in Canyon, College, Faculty, Faculty Articles, by APCSS Editor

Dr. Deon Canyon has a new paper entitled “The Integration of International Migrants into Western Society” which looks at shortfalls in tailored governments services for new migrant populations especially in the areas of health protection and security sectors. In his paper, Canyon highlights the importance of evaluating integration policies. “Of particular importance,” he states, “is […]

New faculty commentary on the Future of Kashmir

On May 5, 2017, in External Publications, Snedden, by APCSS Editor

Dr. Christopher Snedden was recently in India where he was interviewed by several media outlets and wrote an editorial on the Kashmir region. In the interview with the Hindu Business Line, Snedden discusses the Kashmir region and the uniqueness of its situation. According to Snedden, “the bilateral dispute over whether India or Pakistan should possess […]

New commentary explores how to fit the growing importance of the Indo-Pacific region into Canada’s defence policy

On April 27, 2017, in College, External Publications, KNankivell, by APCSS Editor

(reposted with permission) OTTAWA, April 27, 2017 – North Korea’s willingness to push the envelope on nuclear tests shows how important it is for Canada to pivot towards the Indo-Pacific, and catch up to developments in the region, Kerry Lynn S. Nankivell argues in a new Macdonald-Laurier Institute commentary. The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea […]

The Indo-Asia-Pacific’s Maritime Future: A Practical Assessment of the State of Asian Seas

On April 6, 2017, in College, Conference, KNankivell, Reeves, by APCSS Editor

“The Indo-Asia-Pacific’s Maritime Future: A Practical Assessment of the State of Asian Seas” is a new joint publication by the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies and The Policy Institute at King’s College London based on a three-day Maritime Security workshop held in September 2016. Edited by Kerry Lynn Nankivell, Jeff Reeves, and […]

The Advancement of Women in Post-Conflict Nepal

On April 5, 2017, in Canyon, College, Women Peace and Security, by APCSS Editor

“The Advancement of Women in Post-Conflict Nepal” is the latest Occasional Paper released by the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies. Authored by Lily Thapa, founder of the Women for Human Rights group, and DKI APCSS Associate Professor Dr. Deon V. Canyon, the paper looks at the challenges of conflict-affected women. According to […]

Ensuring Freedom of the Seas for the next U.S. Administration – Cmdr. Jonathan G. Odom

On January 17, 2017, in College, Faculty, Odom, Opinions/Editorials, by APCSS Editor

Commander Jonathan G. Odom, a military professor at the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies, has a new OpEd published by The National Interest entitled “How Trump Can Make America Navigate Again: How can the next administration ensure freedom of the seas?” In this editorial, Odom provides six concrete steps the new U.S. presidential […]

Using a fable to explain the South China Sea dilemma – Dr. Alex Vuving

On January 12, 2017, in College, External Publications, Faculty, Vuving, by APCSS Editor

Dr. Alexander Vuving has two new articles published by “The National Interest.” In his article “Cops, Robbers and the South China Sea’s New Normal,” Vuving tries to explain the South China Sea issue using a fable that a friend can understand.   This two-part story is about the strategic situation, key dilemmas, and best solutions for […]

New Government Continues Mongolia’s Rebalance to China

On December 5, 2016, in College, Faculty, Reeves, by APCSS Editor

Dr. Jeffrey Reeves has a new article out for The Jamestown Foundations China Brief entitled “New Government Continues Mongolia’s Rebalance to China.” In the article, Reeves discusses how a change in government has not resulted in a change in Mongolia’s economic engagement with China as prescribed in their 2010 National Security Concept.  Both the Democratic […]

Regional Security Architecture: Some Terms and Organizations

On December 5, 2016, in College, Courses, Faculty, Snedden, by APCSS Editor

“Regional Security Architecture: Some Terms and Organizations” by Dr. Christopher Snedden serves as a primer for those studying the Indo-Asia-Pacific-Region. “I wrote this document to try and better understand what security activities and bodies actually exist in the Asia-Pacific Region,” said Snedden. “In my research, I also hadn’t found a similar document anywhere else that […]

DKI APCSS professor publishes an article on the Maritime Awareness Project website – Prof. Kerry Lynn Nankivell

On November 10, 2016, in College, External Publications, Faculty, KNankivell, by APCSS Editor

Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies’ Professor Kerry Lynn Nankivell published an article entitled “Follow the Fish: Considering Options in the South China Sea”  Nov. 7  on the Maritime Awareness Project (MAPAsia) website. It was a collaboration of the National Bureau of Asian Research and Sasakawa USA. Here is an excerpt from the […]

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