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This four-week course is designed to advance the knowledge, skills, and networks of maritime security policy advisors and practitioners from the Indo-Pacific region, thereby supporting whole-of-society efforts to promote a free and open region and protect the rules-based international order, with a particular emphasis on the maritime aspects of that region and order. The course will encourage the use of proven enablers for maritime security cooperation, including interagency collaboration and coordination mechanisms, risk management measures, crisis negotiations and communication channels, and dispute resolution methods. The course will also promote the development and employment of best practices, confidence-building measures, information sharing systems, and rules-based approaches to address maritime security challenges lawfully, effectively, and efficiently.

Fellows from partner nations’ Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Commerce and Trade, Ministry of Defense (Policy), Ministry of Environment and Agriculture (principally Fishing), Maritime Law Enforcement (especially Coast Guard, Marine Police, and Fisheries Enforcement), and the Military will be particularly valued in this course.

For more information about enrollment, contact our Center’s Program Recruiter, Mr. Terrence Slattery at slatteryt@apcss.org or +1-808-971-8951.