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May 1, 2023
The Defense Security Cooperation University’s Institute for Security Governance (ISG), in partnership with the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies, recently held its second Ukraine resiliency engagement consisting of a three-day workshop that brought together 38 participants working in the government sector – including 18 Ukrainians - aimed at enhancing the resiliency of Ukraine through legislation. The first workshop, held in December, assessed and discussed the national resilience challenges Ukraine faces. This second workshop narrowed their focus on legislative resiliency. “We’re building on that momentum (from December),” said Col. Todd Brown, the ISG Resident Advisor (MoDA) detailed to the Embassy of the United States in Ukraine. “We’re focused on legislative items or topic that deals with resiliency and how the Ukrainian government actually manages and administers programs under their resilience framework. It’s a critically important topic.”
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Announcement: Inaugural Newsletter Highlighting Q3 Activity

Posted: Jul 27, 2017

CCMR has issued its first ever quarterly newsletter, which details activity from April-June 2017.

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Thomas-Durell Young Reveals NATO's Blind Spot: "Honest Defense"

Posted: Jul 18, 2017

Thomas-Durell Young, director of CCMR's EUROPE program, has recently published an article entitled "NATO's Blind Spot: Getting to 'Honest Defense.'"

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Maddox Presents at Naval Postgraduate School Acquisition Research Symposium

Posted: May 1, 2017

Janie Maddox, NPS lecturer at the Center of Civil Military Relations (CCMR), presented at the NPS Graduate School of Business & Public Policy (GSBPP)’s 14th Annual Acquisition Research Symposium in Monterey, CA on 26 April.

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Announcement: IDARM Issues Q2 Newsletter

Posted: Apr 20, 2017

IDARM recently released a quarterly report detailing past activity and what's next for the program. Read More

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Course Announcement: Defense Governance Offering Supports NDAA Section 333 Defense Institution Building Requirement

Posted: Mar 31, 2019

CCMR and the Prevention, Relief, and Recovery (PR&R) team are busy reviewing a 2-week in-residence course offering entitled "Defense Governance," (P170024), which supports new requirements in NDAA Section 333.

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Matei Presents Research at International Studies Association Annual Convention

Posted: Mar 22, 2017

Dr. Cristiana Matei, program manager of both the LATAM program and Intelligence and Democracy program at CCMR, attended the International Studies Association Annual Convention in Baltimore, Maryland from 22-25 February 2017.