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The Mirror Test: America at War in Iraq and Afghanistan

22 May 2017|

A 30 minute reception will be followed by a presentation by author J. Kael Weston on his book: The Mirror Test. RSVP is required. The [...]

Book Event: Nasser’s Peace: Egypt’s Response to the 1967 War with Israel

10 May 2017|

Join us for a reception followed by a presentation by the author of Nasser's Peace - Dr. Michael Sharnoff, Director of Regional Studies at DMGS [...]

To the Government and Silicon Valley: Grow Up and Get Along

26 April 2017|

Re-posted in part from the Cipher Brief My late mother served as a sergeant in the Women’s Army Corps during World War II. She was nearly [...]

The Balkans, the European Union and the Future of Peace

18 April 2017|

Dr. Djuro Djurovic will discuss the growing political instability in the Balkans and the implications for the region, for Europe and for the United States. [...]

The Next-Generation DNI

13 March 2017|

Saying you are in favor of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) is like suggesting you are a Republican in D.C. – the odds against [...]

US Group Seeks Informal Talks With North Korea as Threat Grows

13 March 2017|

Posted in part from BloombergPolitics Joseph DeTrani, a former U.S. intelligence specialist who helped broker a 2005 agreement on North Korea’s nuclear program, said unofficial [...]

Africa’s Terrorism Challenge: Eliminating Ungoverned Spaces and Permissive Environments

28 February 2017|

Presentation by JJ Green, WTOP National Security Correspondent JJ Green is the National Security Correspondent at WTOP. He reports daily on international security, intelligence, foreign policy, [...]

Presentation by Dr. Evelyn Farkas – U.S. Policy Options for Russia and Ukraine

24 January 2017|

A Timely Topic: US Policy Options for Russia and Ukraine Tuesday January 24, 2017 at 2:00 pm Daniel Morgan Graduate School of National Security Washington, [...]

Stephen Meyer: Kosovo Should Be Divided Along Ethnic Lines (12/1/2017)

12 January 2017|

Reposted in part from Nedeljnik: It has been almost three years since the Brussels Agreement was signed and even longer than Belgrade and Pristina have [...]

Pursuing peace on the Korean Peninsula – and a myriad of other goals

3 January 2017|

Re-posted in part from The Washington Times I was fortunate to have had the opportunity to meet on numerous occasions with Ban Ki-moon when he was [...]