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Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies is an institution that provides a forum where military and civilian leaders from the Indo-Pacific gather to address regional and global security.

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Security Nexus

DKI APCSS
Online Journal

A free, open access, international, peer-reviewed, online publication for DKI APCSS faculty and alumni.

College of Security Studies

Publication

DKI APCSS Books, Articles, Currents Magazine
Published Edited Volumes and Post

Admission

The initial point of contact for representatives who are selected to attend DKI APCSS courses.

Alumni

The Alumni Program provides a forum for former graduates and faculty to maintain contact with the Center and with each other.

Workshop

Multilateral forums of subject matter experts who will produce actionable outcomes to meet the very focused objectives of the specific regional security topic.

Calendar

Upcoming DKI APCSS Events and Courses.

WPS

DKI APCSS and Women, Peace, and Security

DKI APCSSS gender inclusive strategies in response to evolving national and transnational threats.

Latest News

Security Nexus Webinar | Episode 21: From Promises to Reality: Analyzing the 2024 Indian Elections

In the latest episode of the Security Nexus Webinar, Dr. Srini Sitaraman provided an insightful analysis of India’s 2024 general elections and their implications for the country’s governance and political landscape. Hosted by retired U.S. Army Colonel and Professor James Minnich from the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (DKI APCSS), the episode delved into critical issues such as coalition politics, governance challenges, economic promises, and the impact of disinformation.

Building Whole of Society Resilience

Looking at ways to counter global hybrid threats and malign influence was the focus of a workshop on “Building Whole of Society Resilience” held June 24-27 in Honolulu.

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