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U.S. Concepts for the Indian Ocean Region

1 December 2020 – In the newest iteration of the IOR Digital Series, NESA’s Jeff Payne talks with Dr. Geoffrey Gresh, Dr. Joel Wuthnow, and Dr. Thomas Lynch, all of the National Defense University, on how the U.S. sees priorities in the Indian Ocean Region and what challenges need to be addressed on the horizon. Read More >

An Alternative Approach to Regional Security in the Middle East

NESA Alumnus Eman Ragab writes for The Cairo Review of Global Affairs on the persisting lack of a multi-lateral security force for the Middle East. The recently U.S.-proposed anti-Iran Middle East Strategic Alliance (MESA) and the European-led missions to secure navigation in the Persian Gulf again force the consideration of this issue. U.S. and European Read More >

COVID-19 in Bangladesh: A Human Security Discourse

Mr. Shahab Enam Khan, NESA alumnus and Research Director of the Bangladesh Enterprise Institute (BEI), writes on the complexities of the COVID-19 pandemic in Bangladesh and the particular challenges emerging in very densely populated urban centers and highly vulnerable groups, such as the large Rohingya refugee population. Read in full: English بالعربية Pусский

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