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IMOF – Great Power Competition Implications for CENTCOM AOR

November 17-19, 2020 – NESA held an International Military Officers’ Forum (IMOF) seminar themed “Great Power Competition and Implications for Central Command’s Region.” The three day seminar featured internationally-recognized scholar-practitioners on the NESA Center faculty and elsewhere. The program was designed to educate over 150 foreign military officers stationed at U.S. Central Command as well Read More >

CTSES and Washington Seminar on Violent Extremism

  From 8-17 September 2020, Professor Brianne Todd led 42 participants from 27 countries through a virtual exploration of the theme, “Innovative Approaches to Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism,” during the NESA Center’s Combating Transnational Threats Senior Executive Seminar (CTSES). The seminar began with NESA Center Director LTG (ret) Terry Wolff briefing the group on Read More >

Washington Seminar – “Redefining Security After COVID-19”

The NESA Center hosted a virtual Washington Seminar discussion titled “Redefining Security After COVID-19” on 13 August, 2020. NESA Assistant Professor Brianne Todd moderated the panel comprising of Professor Nora Bensahel, Egyptian Member of Parliament Dalia Youssef, and Professor Noha Bakr. Select officials and staff from NESA region partner-country embassies, and those from the embassies Read More >

Strategic Survey Seminar “Iran and Middle East Security”

From 28 to 30 July, the Near East South Asia (NESA) Center for Strategic Studies hosted a Strategic Survey webinar on “Iran and Middle East Security.” The webinar—which featured numerous internationally-recognized scholar-practitioners—was intended for both American and foreign military officers and civilians working in U.S. Central Command and U.S. Special Operations Command. The daily topics Read More >

Executive Seminar “Managing New Technology and Security”

From 13 July through 17 July, NESA hosted an Executive Seminar on emerging technology and its impacts on international security. The seminar was attended by 38 foreign service and military officers from 18 countries. During the seminar, participants identified developments in technology such as social media, unmanned aerial vehicles, hypersonic missiles, artificial intelligence, and new Read More >

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