Effects of Climate Change on Volcanic Emissions and Health Security in Hawaii by 2050

On August 25, 2017, in Campbell, Canyon, College, Research, by APCSS Editor

“Effects of Climate Change on Volcanic Emissions and Health Security in Hawaii by 2050” is the latest paper by Dr. Deon V. Canyon and Dr. James R. Campbell. According to the authors, not only will climate change modify the weather, it is also predicted to influence volcanic emissions directly.  This change impacts air quality in […]

Associate Professor Canyon Co-Authors New Paper

On June 21, 2017, in Canyon, College, Courses, External Publications, Faculty, Faculty Articles, Research, by APCSS Editor

Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies Associate Professor Deon Canyon recently co-authored a research paper entitled “Identification and control of an isolated, but intense focus of lymphatic filariasis on Satawal Island, Federated States of Micronesia, in 2003.” Below is the abstract of the paper: Abstract Background: There is very limited data available on the […]

Why Trong’s re-election doesn’t spell the end for reform in Vietnam

On April 8, 2016, in Faculty, Faculty Articles, Research, Vuving, by APCSS Editor

East Asia Forum has published Dr. Alexander Vuving’s latest article titled “Why Trong’s re-election doesn’t spell the end for reform in Vietnam.” Vuving discusses the complex evolution of the Vietnamese Community Party, particularly after the January election campaign that saw General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong defeat Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung for the party’s leadership. […]

New South China Sea Lighthouses: Legal Futility and Strategic Risk – Cmdr. Jonathan G. Odom

On November 30, 2015, in College, External Publications, Faculty, KNankivell, Odom, Research, by APCSS Editor

“New South China Sea Lighthouses: Legal Futility and Strategic Risk” is a new article written by Cmdr. Jonathan G. Odom and Prof. Kerry Lynn Nankivell for The Diplomat. The article focuses on International law and how it can be viewed as “either a tool or a weapon, depending on how it’s wielded.”   The authors provide […]

APCSS Publishes New Book ‘Regionalism, Security & Cooperation in Oceania’

On August 6, 2015, in Azizian, College, Cramer, Faculty, Hauger, Research, by APCSS Editor

“Regionalism, Security & Cooperation in Oceania” is the latest book to be published by the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies. The book is edited by APCSS professor Dr. Rouben Azizian and Dean of the College of Security Studies Carleton Cramer. According to Dr. Azizian, the first thought that comes to many minds when thinking about […]

APCSS Professor Discusses the Influence of Scholarship on Counterterrorism in China

On October 2, 2014, in Reeves, Research, by PAO

An article on how “Ideas and Influence: Scholarship as a Harbinger of Counterterrorism Institutions, Policies and Laws in the People’s Republic of China” by Dr. Jeffrey Reeves was just published in the “Terrorism and Political Violence” journal. In the article, Reeves demonstrates how scholarship on terrorism in China has provided the intellectual backdrop against which […]

Latest articles by APCSS’ Dr. Mohan Malik

On May 1, 2014, in College, Faculty, Malik, Research, by APCSS Editor

Dr. Mohan Malik continues to share his expertise on China as well as geopolitics in several recent articles. Last summer he was published in the World Affairs Journal. His articled entitled “Historical Fiction: China’s South China Sea Claims” looks at the historical context of the dispute which continues to make headlines. According to Dr. Malik, […]

APCSS professor releases analytical report on Security Sector Reform

On April 28, 2014, in Analytical, Courses, Faculty, Faculty Articles, JNankivell, Research, by APCSS Editor

In his latest paper on Security Sector Reform, Dr. Justin Nankivell discusses how Chile serves as a good model for Asia-Pacific nations to take note of. According to Nankivell, “as the Asia-Pacific region continues its momentous rise in the 21st century, issues of internal security sector governance and security sector transformation have become increasingly paramount. […]

Mapping Conflict Trends in Pakistan

On February 13, 2014, in Faculty Articles, Research, Yamin, by PAO

Dr. Saira Yamin’s research paper on “Mapping Conflict Trends in Pakistan” was recently published by the United States Institute of Peace. It is coauthored with APCSS alumna, Salma Malik (EC03-1). A copy of the document is attached and is available online at: http://www.usip.org/sites/default/files/PW93-Mapping_Conflict_Trends_in_Pakistan.pdf If you enjoyed this article, please share it!

APCSS Faculty Contribute to Joint Report on Disaster Preparedness

On August 26, 2013, in Analytical, College, Ear, Fouse, Hornung, Research, by APCSS Editor

The Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (APCSS) announced the release a report today examining the possibilities of and also challenges to trilateral cooperation between the U.S.-Japan-Australia in international disaster relief in the Asia-Pacific region. The title of the report is “Enhancing Trilateral Disaster Preparedness and Relief Cooperation between Japan, U.S. and Australia: Approaches from Various […]

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