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Blacklisting the Houthis: What is the Price – What is the Gain?

By LtCol Michael von Normann, German Army, US Central Command: Strategy Plans and Policy Directorate; Combined Strategic Analysis Group, Middle East Branch 9 Feb 2021 Introduction: On December 30, 2020, three precision-guided missiles struck Aden Airport where a plane carrying Yemeni cabinet members had just landed. The strike killed twenty-seven people and wounded over 130. Read More >

The Biden Presidency and U.S.-E.U. Relations: Challenges and Prospects

14 December 2020 – The tenth edition of the NESA Alumni Virtual Interview Series features a discussion with Professor Steven Blockmans on the challenges and prospects for U.S. – EU relations under a Biden presidency, as well as how the trans-Atlantic relationship going forward may impact relevant parts of the NESA region. Professor Steven Blockmans Read More >

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 >

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 >

The Need to Stand Up an Emergency Response Task Force in the Gulf

  Dr. Dania Koleilat Khatib, August 31 2020 No matter who wins the United States presidential election in November, Iran will remain a focal point for United States foreign policy. Whether the Trump Administration continues its maximum pressure policy or a new Biden Administration plans on a return to the JCPOA, a back channel for Read More >

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