On February 4th, 2019 at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, another installment of the DMGS – Kennan Institute Distinguished Speakers Series took place. Dr. Nigel Gould-Davies, former British Foreign Service Officer, currently an Associate Fellow of Chatham House and professor at Mahidol University in Thailand and Dr. Daniel P. Ahn, a senior consulting economist for the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, formerly Chief Economist at the State Department, delved into the complexities of the US sanctions that have been imposed on Russia’s elites.
Polish Journalist, Author, and DMGS Certificate Student Tomasz Grzywaczewski Describes the Experiences of People Entangled in War in Ukraine at the Daniel Morgan Graduate School Event
The conflict which erupted in eastern Ukraine lingers on. Officially it is peace, but when the night falls, gunfire starts again. On and on again. In the pain and suffering of the war, new unrecognized states are born near Donetsk and Lugansk.
Polish Ambassador Dr. Piotr Wilczek and Other International Relations Experts Discuss “Fort Trump,” Other National Security Issues at DMGS’ Celebration of the 100th anniversary of Poland regaining its Independence
The main aim of the conference was to bring together Polish and American decision makers, business, academia and young professionals who work every day on strengthening relations between our two nations.
BRIGADIER GENERAL DIMITRI HENRY, DIRECTOR OF MARINE CORP’S INTELLIGENCE GIVES DMGS STUDENTS AN UP CLOSE VIEW OF WHY DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE MATTERS
General Henry visited our Washington, D.C. campus for a solutions-based discussion regarding defense intelligence and its practical uses in conflict zones and against adversaries.
The CBC TV CHANNEL COVERS EXPERT DISCUSSION ON INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS WITH REPRESENTATIVES OF GEORGIA AND AZERBAIJAN MODERATED BY DMGS’S RUSSIAN EXPERT DR. YUVAL WEBER (VIDEO)
The CBC TV channel covered the event and detailed the perspectives shared quoting experts such as Daniel Morgan Graduate School’s DMGS-Kennan Associate Professor Yuval Weber, Ph.D., who had the privilege of moderating the event and sharing his perspectives as an international relations expert.
Chris Costa Discusses Counterterrorism during the First Year of the Trump Administration at a Special Daniel Morgan Graduate School Event
Giving consideration to the terrorist threat from the Maghreb to the Philippines, Costa drew particular attention to the demise of the physical caliphate – the complexities of the fight in the milieu that is Syria – and what the threat might look like in the future. He also discussed his views on the greatest causes for concern going forward including the significant threat and vulnerabilities to civil aviation and mass transit.