Implementing a Free and Open Indo-Pacific Strategy

On August 8, 2018, in External Publications, Faculty, Faculty Articles, McDonald, by APCSS Editor

Lt. Col. Scott D. McDonald has a new opinion piece entitled “Wanted: A Strategy for the Indo-Pacific Region,” published by The National Interest. The article covers the Free and Open Indo-Pacific Strategy (FOIP) and offers the concept of Communities of Common Interests as a means for implementing it. In the article he states that: “Secretary […]

Women, Peace & Security Advancing Through Gender Inclusion

On August 2, 2018, in Faculty Articles, Peace and Security, by APCSS Editor

DKI APCSS and Women, Peace and Security DKI APCSS prioritizes the US Government’s National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security (WPS) as an imperative component of inclusion in the security sector. We are at the forefront of US Department of Defense efforts to further its objectives. Women, Peace and Security is a global initiative […]

DKI APCSS Coast Guard Fellow covers RimPac 2018

On July 26, 2018, in Cole, Cole, Faculty Articles, by APCSS Editor

“Friends, Firsts and the Future at RimPac 2018” is a new article by Lieutenant Commander Leah Cole, U.S. Coast Guard Military Fellow at the Daniel K. Inouye Center for Security Studies. Published recently by the U.S. Naval Institute’s Proceedings Today, the article covers what’s new and significant in this year’s Rim of the Pacific exercise. […]

Advancing Security through a Gender Lens: Building Capacity of International Security Practitioners

On June 21, 2018, in Burgoyne, College, Faculty, Women Peace and Security, Yamin, by APCSS Editor

It’s not uncommon for a faculty member at the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies to write a paper about issues in the region.  However, Dr. Saira Yamin and Lt. Col. Michael C. Burgoyne have now written about the Center, specifically, how it is implementing the Women, Peace, and Security program.   The […]

Commentary: In Defense of the Rules-Based International Order– Reflections from Shangri-La Dialogue #SLD18

On June 5, 2018, in College, KNankivell, by APCSS Editor

In Defense of the Rules-Based International Order Reflections from Shangri-La Dialogue #SLD18 1 – 3 June 2018, Singapore By Kerry Lynn Nankivell, DKI APCSS Professor Defense of the Rules-Based International Order (RBIO) is shaping up to be the leitmotif of 2018. At the annual Shangri-La Dialogue (SLD), the region’s premier Track 1.5 defense and security […]

OpEd: ASEAN and Cyber

On May 7, 2018, in College, Faculty, Independent Faculty Articles, Noor, Opinions/Editorials, by APCSS Editor

by Elina Noor, Assoc. Prof., DKI APCSS On the same day that Kim Jong Un stepped over the demarcation line at Panmunjom to shake the hand of a smiling Moon Jae-in, the 32nd ASEAN Summit released three forward-looking outcome documents focused on the future of Southeast Asia:  the ASEAN Leaders’ Vision for a Resilient and […]

The Security Risks of Rising Inequality

Dr. Miemie Winn Byrd, a professor at DKI APCSS, has written an analytical report entitled “The Security Risks of Rising Inequality,” about the rising effects of income equality. Excerpt: When a condition of disparity, inequality, and exclusion is perceived as being the result of persistent unfairness and injustice, it can invoke a powerful tide of […]

The Rise of the Small Boats is the latest DKI APCSS Analytical Report

On March 22, 2018, in Carter, College, Faculty Articles, by APCSS Editor

How terrorists use the sea is the topic of the latest analytical report by Lt. Col. Alex Carter, U.S. Army, and DKI APCSS alumnus Captain Damian Fernando, Sri Lankan Navy. In their paper, Carter and Fernando share the case study of how Sri Lankan has dealt with this maritime challenge.  Looking back to Sri Lanka’s […]

Dr. Malik examines growing rivalry in the Indian Ocean with new article

Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies’ professor Dr. Mohan Malik published an article on the Macdonald-Laurier Institute website which highlights the growing rivalry between India and China in the Indian Ocean, resulting in crisis in the Maldives. The article is entitled “The China-India Nautical Games in the Indian Ocean” and was published in two […]

‘Caught in a Tug-of-war’ a new article published by Dr. Malik

On March 8, 2018, in College, External Publications, Faculty, Faculty Articles, Malik, by APCSS Editor

“Caught in a Tug-of-war” is a new article by DKI APCSS Professor Dr. Mohan Malik and was published in Asian Affairs, March 2018. Here is an excerpt: “Historically, small states are the first to experience major geopolitical shifts. It is usually ‘the bit players’ on the periphery of rising powers that play a disproportionate role […]

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