Security Implications of Mass Returning Migrant Workers Due to COVID-19 Crisis

By |2020-07-30T13:41:26-10:00July 29th, 2020|Categories: Byrd, Journal, news|Tags: , , |

“Security Implications of Mass Returning Migrant Workers Due to COVID-19 Crisis” is the title of a paper written by Dr. Miemie Winn Byrd for Security Nexus. This paper details the challenges migrant workers face and the resulting security issues brought on by COVID-19. Abstract: The issue of mass returning migrant workers has broad implications for human, national and regional security domains that go well beyond increasing unemployment. This paper reports on the complex web of security challenges surrounding migrant labor, as identified by security practitioners from the region. Regional and international cooperation are required to effectively manage the system [...]

The Security Risks of Rising Inequality

By |2019-10-24T10:11:30-10:00April 11th, 2018|Categories: Faculty, College, Faculty Articles, Opinions/Editorials, Independent Faculty Articles, Byrd, news|

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 human basic instinct. Click here for the full report Dr. Miemie Winn Byrd is a Professor at the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies. The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official [...]

APCSS Faculty Publish New Articles – Dr. Miemie Winn-Byrd and Dr. Alex Vuving

By |2020-03-06T14:39:01-10:00July 15th, 2015|Categories: Faculty, College, Faculty Articles, Vuving, External Publications, Byrd, Women Peace and Security|Tags: |

Dr. Miemie Winn-Byrd contributed to a new NDU Press publication entitled: "Women on the Frontlines of Peace and Security." Her chapter is on "Promoting Women's Participation in Disaster Management and Building Resilient Communities: A View from U.S. Pacific Command. " Also, This week Dr. Alex Vuving's latest article "A Tipping Point in the US-China-Vietnam Triangle"  was published by The Diplomat. The views expressed in these articles are their own and not necessarily the views of APCSS, U.S. Pacific Command or the U.S. Government. -END-

Why North Korea Won’t Follow Myanmar’s Path to Reform – Dr. Miemie Winn Byrd

By |2017-03-09T13:16:03-10:00January 7th, 2015|Categories: Courses, Faculty, Kim, Independent Faculty Articles, External Publications, Byrd|

Dr. Steven Kim Dr. Steven Kim and Dr. Miemie Winn Byrd recently collaborated on an article discussing whether North Korea would follow Myanmar in adopting institutional reforms. Their article "Worlds Apart: Why North Korea Won't Follow Myanmar's Path to Reform," which appears in the 2014 Winter edition of Global Asia, compares the two countries in terms of the factors affecting their decision regarding reform. In the article they state: "The reason that reforms in Myanmar have raised such high expectations for North Korea is the perceived similarities of the two regimes. As with North Korea today, under military control [...]

APCSS jointly produces new publication

By |2015-10-26T10:00:00-10:00August 30th, 2012|Categories: Courses, Hauger, KNankivell, Byrd, JNankivell, Ear, Wieninger, Vuving, Malik, Campbell, Azizian, Faculty Articles, Research, Faculty, Forman|

On the eve of the APEC 2012 summit, which begins next week in Vladivostok, Russia, it is our pleasure to announce the publication of the volume “From APEC 2011 TO APEC 2012: American and Russian Perspectives on Asia-Pacific Security and Cooperation. ” […]

Issues for Engagement: Asian Perspectives on Transnational Security Challenges

By |2015-10-26T10:27:45-10:00June 18th, 2010|Categories: Faculty, Byrd, Ear, Tekwani, Fouse, Vuving, Campbell, Azizian, Faculty Articles, Research, KNankivell|

-+ “Issues for Engagement: Asian Perspectives on Transnational Security Challenges,” edited by David Fouse, is the latest book published by the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies. According to Fouse, “The chapters in this volume analyze security priorities at the individual country level and gauge each country’s attempts at bilateral and multilateral security cooperation on transnational security challenges. Our intention is to provide policymakers and other government officials with a useful and convenient reference tool to draw upon to engage specific countries in the Asia-Pacific region.” […]

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