23 January
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NESA Center Seminar speakers
“International Military Officers’ Forum” 23–27 January 2023

The NESA Center hosted foreign military officers assigned to U.S. Central Command in Tampa and embassy officials in Washington D.C. for an International Military Officers’ Forum (IMOF) titled “The Biden Administration and Global Security.”

December 22
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NESA Update Report Graphic 2022 10–12
"NESA Center Update" October–December 2022

View the NESA Center October–December 2022 Update with a focus on Climate Change Trends. The update also highlights October–December NESA Center programs & events, faculty & staff engagements, alumni contributions, and upcoming events.

14 Dec 2022
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“Royal Jordanian National Defense College PME 2023 Planning Meetings” 14–15 December 2022

The NESA Center professional military education (PME) team met with leadership and the directing staff from the RJNDC and the Military Center for Counter-Terrorism and Extremism.

12-16 Dec 22
“Uzbekistan Group Meetings” 12–16 December 2022

The NESA Center visited Tashkent, Uzbekistan to hold a series of meetings and visits that focused on reconnecting with Uzbek partners after the Covid-19 hiatus. With particular emphasis on the Strategic Studies Network Central Asia Working Group, this was a chance to exchange ideas on both thematic and organizational matters.

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DEC 5-16 2022
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“Executive Seminar: Strategic Power Competition in a Multipolar World” 5–16 December 2022

The NESA Center hosted an ES that focused on strategic power competition that also identified challenges the U.S. faces in this new era of competition.

8 Dec 22
“The 6th Great Power Competition Conference” 8 December 2022

The University of South Florida, in collaboration with the NESA Center, held the 6th Great Power Competition Conference titled “Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine: Implications for the Central Region.”

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29–30 November
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Anne Moisan TNDI Program 2022
“The Pakistan Conference: 75 Years of Independence” 29–30 November 2022

The Lakshmi Mittal and Family South Asia Institute hosted a conference co-sponsored by the NESA Center with panel discussions by U.S., Pakistani, and other international scholars on key political and security issues.

CSAG Papers

Perspectives published by International Officers from the Combined Strategic Analysis Group (CSAG) of the US Central Command Strategy, Plans, and Policy Directorate

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