The Daniel Morgan Graduate School partnered with the Center for a Secure Free Society and the Parliamentary Diplomacy program at the Universidad Austral in Argentina for a three-phase, multi-disciplinary series of collaborative seminars on national security. Representatives from the government and academia in Argentina traveled to our campus in Washington D.C. last week to take part in the final phase of these seminars, which included interactive simulations, guest lectures, and site visits to various entities in the U.S. national security community.

Argentina has re-emerged as a global leader hosting the 2018 G20 Buenos Aires Summit later this year. Working collaboratively with the United States, the Macri administration has positioned Argentina as one of the U.S. top regional partners on national security and has taken recent measures to counter the convergence of international terrorism and transnational organized crime. This cooperation is poised to strengthen an existing, profound partnership between allied nations to combat against shared national security challenges in the Western Hemisphere and beyond.

DMGS and SFS is proud to help strengthen this bilateral relationship through academic exchange between Argentina and the United States.

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