Along with the nation, the DMGS family mourns the passing of our 41st President, George H.W. Bush. An outstanding member of the Greatest Generation, President Bush led a life that was a tribute to Duty, Honor, and Country.
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.
DMGS’ International Relations Expert Dr. Edward Lemon’s Insights Featured in State of the Art Reference Encyclopedia
Dr. Lemon, a DMGS-Kennan Institute Fellow, contributed this chapter entitled “Governance in Tajikistan” to the encyclopedia based upon his expert knowledge of the politics of post-Soviet Tajikistan.
Julian Kulski, Board of Trustees member and esteemed World War II Polish resistance leader, spoke directly to the students and gave a speech praising their accomplishment in receiving their graduate certificate diplomas in Intelligence Specialization; National Security, Intelligence, and Information Operations for the 21st Century; and Russian Security Studies.
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.
Former DHS Supervisory Special Agent and current DMGS Professor Gary Ross GIVES DMGS STUDENTS EXPERT INSIGHT INTO THE FEDERAL HIRING PROCESS AT A SPECIAL DMGS EVENT
DMGS Assistant Professor of Managing Disruption and Violence (MDV), Gary Ross, provided practical insights into navigating the Federal Hiring Process gained during his career with the federal government. During his 25-year career in federal law enforcement, Gary conducted and supervised criminal, counterintelligence and counter-terrorism investigations and operations.
Confront Global and Networked Threats: Daniel Morgan Graduate School (DMGS) Hosts Partner the Global Special Operations Forces Foundation (GSF)
Daniel Morgan Graduate School (DMGS) was honored to host a special reception for corporate sponsors and donors of and to our partner the Global Special Operations Forces Foundation (GSF).
Eminent Russia and International Relations Expert Dr. Yuval Weber of Daniel Morgan Graduate School Reviews History of Russian Mafia Group the vory for International Affairs
Dr. Weber praises Galeotti’s The Vory as “an in-depth look at the highly sophisticated political economy of horse-stealing in the nineteenth century, the author’s meetings with Chechen gangsters at the airport to take advantage of security checks, explanations of criminal slang and tattoos, and a cast of characters that includes people called Teapot, Basil the Chemist, Winnie Pooh and Stumpy Mishka, whose calling card was to arrange his victims on the ground in an arc so that a single axe swing could kill them all.”
NSI Podcast With DR. Yuval Weber, Russia and International Relations Expert At the Daniel Morgan Graduate School: Putin Can’t Go On Forever, Can He? How Russian Leaders Obtain, Retain, and Lose Power (Audio)
Dr. Weber explored Russian international security and relations, pressure points within the Russian bureaucracy, and the future of Putin’s regime.