Established in Honolulu on September 4, 1995, the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (DKI APCSS) is a Department of Defense institution that provides a forum where current and future military and civilian leaders from the Indo-Pacific gather to address regional and global security issues and enhance security cooperation through programs of executive education, professional exchange, and building relationships of trust and confidence.
A free, prosperous Indo-Pacific promoting collaborative, inclusive security..
DKI APCSS builds resilient capacity, shared understanding, and networked relationships among civilian and military practitioners and institutions to advance a free and open Indo-Pacific.
- Transparency: Foster an environment that encourages open and honest communication and processes.
- Mutual Respect: Value perspectives that are different from our own.
- Inclusion: Seek to involve the broadest range of stakeholders and ideas.
Prof. Elina Noor has a new article published by the International Institute for Strategic Studies on “Artificial Intelligence: the case of international cooperation.” In the article, she outlines two areas of “digital disjuncture” related to [...]
IPOC 19-3 official group photo A total of 167 U.S. and international Fellows participated in the Indo-Pacific Orientation Course (IPOC) 19-3 at [...]
Twenty-one participants from a variety of government organizations including the Ministry of Defense and Royal Thai Police attended the course. In November, [...]
“How the US should respond to Xi’s assertive China” is a new commentary by DKI APCSS Research Fellow Anu Anwar for the Harvard Kennedy [...]