Alumni Seminar Leaders Guide the Way for First-time Fellows
For the Comprehensive Security Cooperation Course 22-3, the Center invited alumnus Kathrine Lingan (CSC 22-1) and Adiyasuren Jamiyan (ASC 15-2) from Mongolia. The two would be the first-ever international Fellows invited as Alumni Seminar Leaders.
Alumna Amanda Ellis Presents to the Fellows of CSC 22-3
DKI APCSS Alumna and New Zealand Amb. Amanda Ellis (TSC 17-1) returned to the Center to visit the Fellows of CSC 22-3. On October [...]
How South Korea Can Contribute to the Defense of Taiwan
Dr. Sungmin Cho has a new co-authored paper titled “How South Korea can contribute to the defense of Taiwan” published in the Washington Quarterly. [...]
CSC 22-3 Fellows Achieve Security Cooperation in the ‘Aloha Sea’
In an exercise that embodied the security dynamics of the ever-evolving Indo-Pacific region, 103 Fellows participated in the Center's Great Game.
U.S. Obsession with Old Dogma Facilitates a Chinese Quest for Pacific Control
“U.S. Obsession with Old Dogma Facilitates a Chinese Quest for Pacific Control,” by Commodore Kazi Emdadul Haq, is the latest perspective paper for DKI [...]
Challenges of the United Nations Peacekeeping Operations
“Challenges of the United Nations Peacekeeping Operations” by Muggi Tuvdendarjaa (CSC 22-2 alumnus from Mongolia) is the latest article published for DKI APCSS’ Security [...]
DKI APCSS Releases Book on Oceania Security
“Strategic Competition & Security Cooperation in the Blue Pacific” is the latest publication from the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies. The book [...]
Improving Pandemic Response with Military Tools: Using Enhanced Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance
“Improving Pandemic Response With Military Tools: Using Enhanced Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance” is an article published in September 2022 that is part of a [...]
Pacific Summit Is Biden’s Chance to Demonstrate U.S. Soft Power
“Pacific Summit Is Biden's Chance to Demonstrate U.S. Soft Power” is an opinion article written by DKI APCSS faculty member Alexander Vuving and published [...]
Admiral Linda Fagan Calls for a ‘Unity of Effort’ to Enforce Maritime Security
Fagan, an alumnus of the Transnational Security Cooperation (TSC) course 19-1, was honored as the first female Service Chief of any U.S. military service on June 1, 2022. In her remarks to the 103 Fellows, she expounded on the U.S. Coast Guard’s various responsibilities, which include search and rescue, maritime safety, environmental protection, port security, and Illegal, Unregulated, Unreported (IUU) Fishing. Fagan emphasized that to enforce Maritime security in the Indo-Pacific region it will take a “unity of effort.” “Together, we strengthen maritime governance,” said Fagan. “There is not any one of us in this room that has all the authority, capacity, and capability to counter some of the threats facing us collectively.”
Report on China’s Influence on the Freely Associated States of the Northern Pacific
This paper highlights some of the moves China is making in the Indo-Pacific region to ascertain more influence as well as provides an overview of the significance of US relations with the Freely Associated States (FAS).
U.S. Pacific Fleet Commander Dialogues with Oceania Subject Matter Experts
In preparation for his upcoming travel to the region, Admiral Sam Paparo, Commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet, visited the Center to engage in a roundtable discussion with Oceania subject matter experts. The participants represented premier experts from three organizations located on Oahu: DKI APCSS, the East-West Center, and the Pacific Forum.
DKI APCSS hosts the 17th ADMM Plus EWG on Maritime Security
Pursuing practical cooperative measures to mitigate maritime security challenges was one of the topics addressed at the recent 17th ASEAN Defence Ministers Meeting Plus, Experts’ Working Group on Maritime Security held August 23-24 at the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies in Honolulu, HI.
Flo Rapozo Paves the Way for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
In recognition of a stellar career in Federal service, Deaf in Government (DIG), a 501(c)(3) organization, has selected Flo Rapozo as a chairperson for [...]
DKI APCSS Collaborates with the Thai Strategic Studies Center on Senior Course
Faculty and senior leadership from the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies traveled to Thailand in July to participate in the Senior [...]
Another Strategic Error from Myanmar’s Military Junta
On Monday morning (July 25, 2022), Myanmar’s military junta released the news that they executed four political prisoners who were leaders in the movement for democracy. Social media went into over-drive expressing outrage, sorrow, and defiance against the military junta. Domestically and internationally, communities swiftly condemned the unjust execution of the democracy movement leaders.