Transnational Security Cooperation (TSC) 19-1
May 19 - May 24
TSC is an intensive, one-week program for current security sector leaders – both civilian and military — on the upward track for positions of significant national and international responsibility. The course will look at a comprehensive array of emergent and over-the-horizon issues such as: terrorism, environmental degradation, natural disasters, geopolitical competition, maritime disputes, cyber threats, civil-military dynamics, and regional governance. The course will also consider “harder” geo-strategic issues such as power shifts among nations as part of the context in which broader security concerns play out. Senior Fellows will interactively exercise strategic, cooperative responses to real-world transnational threat scenarios (e.g., a pandemic, human trafficking, or an earthquake). The program is based on the broad notion that regional security is significantly enhanced by collaborative efforts at monitoring, preventing, preparing for or responding to any transitional security threat.