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Welcome to the DMGS Published Scholarship page. Here we like to showcase news articles and published scholarship written by the esteemed faculty and staff of the Daniel Morgan Graduate School of National Security.

DMGS Intelligence Chair Ron Marks Shares Insight From His Decades of CIA Experience at The Dole Institute of Politics (Video)

Marks explains, "What intelligence is ultimately about is the collection of information and making sense of that information. Young people come to me and they ask me what to do to have a career in intelligence, and they always have this Bond thing in mind . . . but their are a lot of different roles to be played and a lot of different careers that are available. . . There are so many different kinds of jobs now."
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DMGS Intelligence Chair Ron Marks Shares Insight From His Decades of CIA Experience at The Dole Institute of Politics (Video)

The Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa (ASMEA) Features Daniel Morgan Graduate School’s Dr. Michael Sharnoff as a Panelist and a Discussant at their Eleventh Annual Conference

The conference featured Dr. Michael Sharnoff, the Director of Regional Studies at Daniel Morgan Graduate School, who moderated one panel on Syria and delivered a paper in another panel on Saudi-Israel relations. Keynote speakers included the Hon. Mithal Al-Alusi, an Iraqi politician and leader of the Ummah Party.
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The Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa (ASMEA) Features Daniel Morgan Graduate School’s Dr. Michael Sharnoff as a Panelist and a Discussant at their Eleventh Annual Conference

World Politics Review (WPR) Features Article on Economic Modernization in Uzbekistan by Edward Lemon, the DMGS-Kennan Institute Fellow at the Daniel Morgan Graduate School

Edward Lemon writes, "Within the region, Uzbekistan has moved to mend ties with its neighbors, trying to position itself as the hub of Central Asia both politically and economically. Beyond the region, Uzbekistan is pursuing ambitious policies aimed at globalizing the Uzbek economy, courting Russia, China, the United States, Turkey and Iran."
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World Politics Review (WPR) Features Article on Economic Modernization in Uzbekistan by Edward Lemon, the DMGS-Kennan Institute Fellow at the Daniel Morgan Graduate School

Daniel Morgan Graduate School Hosts Geopolitics of Energy Roundtable Hosted by Paul Michael Wihbey (Video)

On 30th May 2018, Daniel Morgan Graduate School of National Security (DMGS) was pleased to host a special panel on the Geopolitics of Energy. Topics discussed in the first part of the panel included President Trump, NATO and natural gas. The second part of the panel focused on the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Iran and oil.
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Daniel Morgan Graduate School Hosts Geopolitics of Energy Roundtable Hosted by Paul Michael Wihbey (Video)

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