13-24 June
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“Iraqi General Officer Capstone Seminar” 13–24 June 2022

The Near East South Asia Center’s professional military education (PME) team conducted a CAPSTONE strategic leader education program for 19 general officers, nine colonels, and two senior civil servants from Iraq.

23 June
“Air War College Visit – Washington Program” 23 June 2022

The NESA Center hosted international fellows and faculty from the Air War College for a program that discussed security dynamics of the Middle East and Central and South Asia, countering violent extremism in Africa, and security challenges in Latin America.

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20–22 June 2022
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Anne Moisan TNDI Program 2022
“NESA Maritime Series: Indian Ocean Island Forum” 20–22 June 2022

The NESA Center hosted an IOR Island State Forum in Bangkok, Thailand. The event was a component of NESA’s ongoing programmatic efforts devoted to the Indian Ocean and the larger Indo-Pacific.

21 June
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Virtual Book Discussion
“MABAL – Israel National Defense College Washington Program” 21 June 2022

The Near East South Asia Center for Strategic Studies hosted 24 students and faculty from the Israel National Defense College (INDC) for an engaging program in Washington, DC.

June 11
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“Pakistan National Defense University Visit” 11–15 June 2022

The NESA Center hosted a delegation of faculty and students from Pakistan’s National Defense University visiting Washington, DC.

June 6-10 2022
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Speakers during the 2021 Bay of Bengal Workshop
“Israel/Jordan Trust to Enhance Defense & Security Cooperation Seminar” 6 – 10 June 2022

In this seminar, the NESA Center provided a unique forum for discussing strategic issues directly with Israeli and Jordanian counterparts from the NESA region, U.S. government officials, subject-matter experts, scholars, and advisors.

June 6
“Russian Invasion of Ukraine – Regional Survey Report” April 2022

The NESA Center surveyed its global alumni network of almost 12,000 security professionals from more than 150 countries to assess the global impact of the invasion.

Executive Seminar: New & Emerging Security Challenges Speakers
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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