By |2020-07-13T12:06:07-10:00January 10th, 2019|

Educate  •  Connect  •  Empower Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies is an institution that provides a forum where military and civilian leaders from the Indo-Pacific gather to address regional and global security. Learn more Programs & Links A free, open access, international, peer-reviewed, online publication for DKI APCSS faculty and alumni. View Faculty Bios Courses Published Edited Volumes and Post Publications The initial point of contact for representatives who are selected to attend DKI APCSS [...]


By |2020-08-07T14:41:39-10:00December 10th, 2018|

DKI APCSS faculty conduct research about Asia-Pacific security issues in support of the Center’s mission. Some of their work, analyzing middle- to long-range Asia-Pacific security issues and their potential implications for the United States, is published by the Center. The publications aim to advance the regional discourse on security, and to provide useful analysis and information for the U.S. policy-making community, as well as for security analysts and practitioners in other Asia-Pacific countries. The publications program also supports the philosophy and mission of the Center by: enriching the curriculum, continuing alumni education, and creating exchange opportunities with counterpart institutions [...]

Visitor Info

By |2019-11-07T10:02:29-10:00October 9th, 2018|

Map from airport to DKI APCSS (note: map goes to Hale Koa across from DKI APCSS. Center is a LEFT on Maluhia vice right to Hale Koa. See Waikiki map link below) Official DKI APCSS visitor information an Request Forms Course attendees (Fellows) information Map of Waikiki Travel tips for visitors Oahu Visitor Information For official visitors and Fellows: APCSS is located in 2058 Maluhia Rd in Waikiki.  Parking is available at the Hale Koa Parking lot.  APCSS is adjacent to the parking structure at Ft. DeRussy. Disclaimer The appearance of non-DoD hyperlinks does not [...]


By |2019-01-10T15:30:45-10:00October 9th, 2018|

The Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies is primarily an institute focused on leader development. The Center addresses regional and global security issues, inviting military and civilian representatives of the United States and Asia-Pacific nations to its comprehensive program of executive education and conferences. click here for more… The Center was established as the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies on September 4, 1995. It was renamed the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies upon it’s 20th Anniversary in 2015. You can send an email to pao@apcss.org Your email will be forwarded to the [...]


By |2020-05-19T11:02:59-10:00October 5th, 2018|

View our timeline The Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (DKI APCSS) is a U.S. Department of Defense institute that officially opened Sept. 4, 1995, in Honolulu, Hawaii. DKI APCSS addresses regional and global security issues, inviting military and civilian representatives of the United States and Asia-Pacific nations to its comprehensive program of executive education and workshops, both in Hawaii and throughout the Indo-Pacific region. The Center supports the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command’s objective of developing professional and personal ties among national security establishments throughout the region. With a non-warfighting mission, the Center focuses on a multilateral and multi-dimensional [...]

Public Affairs

By |2018-10-30T15:12:11-10:00October 4th, 2018|

The Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies Public Affairs Office provides public and internal information, as well as media and community relations support, for the APCSS.  Available Resources include press kits, fact sheets, and the latest edition of the Center’s biannual publication, the Currents magazine. Members of the APCSS staff and faculty are recognized experts in their fields; therefore, they are often sought out by media outlets for their views. The Public Affairs Office welcomes the opportunity to host interviews with our subject matter experts at the Center; however, interviews must be scheduled by contacting the Chief of Public Affairs [...]

Under Secretary Flournoy visits APCSS

By |2011-12-01T15:28:51-10:00December 1st, 2011|Categories: Uncategorized|

Under Secretary of Defense for Policy Michele Flournoy visited APCSS on Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2011. After a tour of the facilities with Acting Director Brig. Gen. (Ret.) Jim Hirai, she and her party joined 18 members of the APCSS faculty for a roundtable discussion. Under Secretary Flournoy opened the discussion by reiterating statements made recently by President Obama, Secretary of State Clinton, and Secretary of Defense Panetta highlighting the growing importance of the Asia-Pacific region to U.S. policy.

APCSSLink to be Upgraded

By |2016-01-21T13:03:05-10:00October 14th, 2011|Categories: Uncategorized|

Next week we’ll be upgrading our portal, APCSSLink.  This new, improved portal will come under the umbrella of GlobalNET and will feature customizable home pages, better navigation menus and a host of new features including online chat capabilities.  Being under the GlobalNet umbrella also helps user connect with other regional centers, education institutes and even larger communities of interest. […]

The Strategic Impact of Media in Comprehensive Crisis Management Workshop

By |2016-09-02T10:58:16-10:00December 16th, 2010|Categories: Uncategorized, Outreach|

Jakarta, Indonesia – Disaster management specialists, government spokespersons and members of the media discussed the strategic impact of the media in comprehensive crisis management in a workshop hosted by the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (APCSS) Dec. 14-16, 2010 in Jakarta, Indonesia. Fifty-five participants from 10 Southeast Asian countries worked to identify how crisis managers and members of the media could work together to help societies prevent and prepare for, respond to and recover from natural disasters and other crises.  They assessed crisis management from the strategic to the tactical levels and reflected on the need for whole of society engagement. [...]

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