Transnational Security Cooperation

The Transnational Security Cooperation (TSC) course provides an opportunity to enhance their understanding of transnational security issues, looking at a comprehensive array of emergent and over-the-horizon issues such as: Indo-Pacific strategy, geopolitical competition, cybersecurity climate change, maritime domain awareness, economic disruptions, global pandemic, irregular warfare, and Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR).

The curriculum emphasizes the impact of change in the region and capacities to manage change both from the leadership and institutional level. The course integrates a challenging program of interactive presentations, dialogue, and action-planning. Course participants join an expanding network of regional security practitioners that includes their course mates (i.e., current security sector leaders – both civilian and military – on the upward track for positions of significant national and international responsibility), Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (DKI APCSS) faculty, and over 14,000 alumni across the region and beyond, linked via a dedicated web portal.

  • MASL: SAP0003
  • Eligibility: Executive grade U.S. and international military and civilian official officials (08-09, SES, and equivalents)
  • Duration: 1-week
  • Upon successful completion of this course, you will receive a Certificate and Alumni Status