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TRANSFORMING ALLIANCES: THE PIVOTAL ROLE OF THE U.S.-PHILIPPINES BILATERAL STRATEGIC DIALOG IN REGIONAL SECURITY
Jan 31, 2024
BLACK SEA MARITIME DOMAIN AWARENESS SYMPOSIUM
ISG’s Maritime Security Functional Lead and several Subject Matter Experts were pleased to support the Naval Forces Europe (NAVEUR)/Naval Postgraduate School's Inaugural Black Sea Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA) Symposium at the NATO Maritime Interdiction Operational Training Centre in Souda Bay, Crete.
Twenty-two mid- to senior-level officers from seven partner nations participated in this important gathering meant to enhance MDA to counter a persistent regional threats.
FY23 INTELLECTUAL SPEAKING & PUBLISHING REPORT
The ISG Team is comprised of over 110 civilian government faculty and staff, and a robust contract support team. Drawing from their experience at ISG and their backgrounds in military, government, industry, academia, and non-governmental organizations, ISG personnel consistently bring to bear their subject matter expertise in both formal ISG mission work as well as in external intellectual presentations and publications.
In FY23, ISG experts engaged in +20 speaking and media activities, and published half a dozen articles and thought pieces, in venues aimed at academic, government, military, industry, and general public audiences.
ISG AND DRMI HOST DSCU PRESIDENT, DR. CELESTE GVENTER
DSCU’s Institute for Security Governance (ISG) and Defense Resources Management Institute (DRMI) were honored to host Defense Security Cooperation University President Dr. Celeste W. Gventer at Naval Support Activity Monterey this week.
She shared insights on the University's vital initiatives, including the most recent Security Cooperation Conference; Security Cooperation Certification; and the Advising, Training, and Education Mission.
SECURING THE STATE COURSE POST
Congratulations to the latest cohort of participants to attend the ISG Resident Course, SECURING THE STATE: BUILDING INSTITUTIONS FOR NATIONAL SECURITY!
This four-week resident course equips participants with the skills needed to utilize capabilities-based assessments to identify capability gaps in security and defense arenas. The course uses a mix of lecture, interactive small-group sessions, simulation exercises, and discussions with subject matter experts to explore how to prepare national security institutions to address national security threats. The course offers approaches to establish healthy civil-military relations and interagency coordination to ensure effective, whole-of-government responses to national security challenges.
THE INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY GOVERNANCE (ISG) CERTIFIES 22 MEMBERS OF THE THAI MARITIME ENFORCEMENT COMMAND CENTER (MECC) AND ROYAL THAI NAVY
In a recent engagement, The Institute for Security Governance certified 22 members of the Thai Maritime Enforcement Command Center (MECC) and Royal Thai Navy as “Maritime Information Analysts” in Bangkok, Thailand.
Certification followed three separate 10-day workshops involving instruction and tabletop exercises aligned to the MECC’s Maritime Domain Awareness-related missions.
U.S. AND ROMANIA INITIATE A FIVE-YEAR EFFORT TO BUILD CAPACITY FOR CRISIS MANAGEMENT AND NATO COLLECTIVE DEFENSE
U.S. and Romania Initiate a Five-Year Effort to Build Capacity for Crisis Management and NATO Collective Defense: The Institute of Security Governance (ISG), in cooperation with the United States European Command EUCOM, and Romanian Ministry of Internal Affairs conducted a five-day workshop dedicated to building resilience and capacities for crisis management and NATO collective defense. The workshop focused on Institutional Capacity Building planning and implementation in support of bilateral Security Cooperation efforts. Click here to view the workshop details.