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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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Shemella and Tomb Co-Edit New Volume Entitled “Security Forces in African States: Cases and Assessment”

Posted: Mar 21, 2017

CCMR faculty and staff have collaborated to publish a new book focusing on the role of security forces in African countries. The volume, entitled “Security Forces in African States: Cases and Assessment,” is edited by former CTFP director/CCMR instructor Paul Shemella along with Nicholas Tomb, current director of the AFRICA Program.

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CCMR Discusses Maritime Security in US-Indonesia Seminar in Jakarta

Posted: Mar 20, 2017

From 28 February – 02 March 2017, CAPT Tim Doorey and Dr. Peter Chalk of CCMR’s Maritime Security Program supported a joint Naval War College, Naval Postgraduate School, and Indonesian Ministry of Defense seminar in Jakarta, Indonesia entitled “Maritime Defense in the Littoral Environment.”

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CCMR Hosts Seminar on Inter-Ministerial Coordination with the Republic of Mali

Posted: Mar 5, 2017

From 22-28 January 2017, CCMR hosted a 16-person delegation from Mali at its headquarters in Monterey, California. Organized by the AFRICA program at CCMR, the event was designed to engage with the Republic of Mali on the subject of national security planning.

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CCMR Team Facilitates Arctic Eagle 2017 Exercise

Posted: Mar 3, 2017

From 23-26 February, the Security Cooperation Studies and Exercises Program team from the NPS Center for Civil-Military Relations (CCMR) traveled to Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson, Alaska to provide specialized expertise and exercise management to the Arctic Eagle 2017 command post exercise

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IDT PM Scott Jasper Speaks on ISIS as Adaptive Hybrid Threat

Posted: Oct 5, 2016

Scott Jasper, the International Defense Transformation (IDT) Program Manager, spoke about Countering ISIS: An Adaptive Hybrid Threat at an International Conference in Sofia, Bulgaria in late September.

CCMR Exercises-LDESP Team Concludes US-India Bilateral Exercise

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The combined CCMR Exercises-LDESP teams have just concluded their support to the 2016 US-India ‘Yudh Abhyas’ exercise in Chaubattia, Uttarakhand, India.