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Maddox Presents at Naval Postgraduate School Acquisition Research Symposium
Janie Maddox, NPS lecturer at the Center of Civil Military Relations (CCMR), presented at the NPS Graduate School of Business & Public Policy (GSBPP)’s 14th Annual Acquisition Research Symposium in Monterey, CA on 26 April. Read More

Announcement: IDARM Issues Q2 Newsletter
IDARM recently released a quarterly report detailing past activity and what's next for the program. Read More

Course Announcement: Defense Governance Offering Supports NDAA Section 333 Defense Institution Building Requirement
CCMR and the Prevention, Relief, and Recovery (PR&R) team are busy reviewing a 2-week in-residence course offering entitled "Defense Governance," (P170024), which supports new requirements in NDAA Section 333. Read More

Matei Presents Research at International Studies Association Annual Convention
Dr. Cristiana Matei, program manager of both the LATAM program and Intelligence and Democracy program at CCMR, attended the International Studies Association Annual Convention in Baltimore, Maryland from 22-25 February 2017. Read More

Shemella and Tomb Co-Edit New Volume Entitled “Security Forces in African States: Cases and Assessment”
CCMR faculty and staff have collaborated to publish a new book focusing on the role of security forces in African countries. The volume, entitled “Security Forces in African States: Cases and Assessment,” is edited by former CTFP director/CCMR instructor Paul Shemella along with Nicholas Tomb, current director of the AFRICA Program. Read More

CCMR Discusses Maritime Security in US-Indonesia Seminar in Jakarta
From 28 February – 02 March 2017, CAPT Tim Doorey and Dr. Peter Chalk of CCMR’s Maritime Security Program supported a joint Naval War College, Naval Postgraduate School, and Indonesian Ministry of Defense seminar in Jakarta, Indonesia entitled “Maritime Defense in the Littoral Environment.” Read More

CCMR Hosts Seminar on Inter-Ministerial Coordination with the Republic of Mali
From 22-28 January 2017, CCMR hosted a 16-person delegation from Mali at its headquarters in Monterey, California. Organized by the AFRICA program at CCMR, the event was designed to engage with the Republic of Mali on the subject of national security planning. Read More

CCMR Team Facilitates Arctic Eagle 2017 Exercise
From 23-26 February, the Security Cooperation Studies and Exercises Program team from the NPS Center for Civil-Military Relations (CCMR) traveled to Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson, Alaska to provide specialized expertise and exercise management to the Arctic Eagle 2017 command post exercise. Read More

IDT PM Scott Jasper Speaks on ISIS as Adaptive Hybrid Threat
Scott Jasper, the International Defense Transformation (IDT) Program Manager, spoke about Countering ISIS: An Adaptive Hybrid Threat at an International Conference in Sofia, Bulgaria in late September. Read More

CCMR Exercises-LDESP Team Concludes US-India Bilateral Exercise
The combined CCMR Exercises-LDESP teams have just concluded their support to the 2016 US-India ‘Yudh Abhyas’ exercise in Chaubattia, Uttarakhand, India. Read More

CASI conducts "Collaborative Disaster Preparedness and Response" workshop in Da Nang
The Collaborative & Adaptive Security Initiative (CASI) of the Center for Civil-Military Relations recently concluded a workshop focused on disaster preparedness and response. Read More

US-India bilateral exercise to concentrate on peace operations
The CCMR Exercises team has completed planning for the 2016 US-India ‘Yudh Abhyas’ exercise. Read More

Beirut: Legislatures & the Armed Forces
Between 25-28 April 2016, a Center for Civil Military Relations (CCMR) team delivered a seminar on the topic of “Legislatures & the Armed Forces” for 23 participants (4 civilians, and 19 military ... Read More

LDESP Supporting US/Korea Foal Eagle Field Training Exercise at Fort Bliss
Dr. Mark Peterson presenting on History, Culture, Religion of Republic of Korea to 1 SBCT 2 ID as they prepare to support: Foal Eagle is a combined Field Training Exercise (FTX) conducted an... Read More

Dr. Tristan Mabry discusses power sharing arrangements that can be used to defuse group conflict with students in the CCMR in-residence course “Managing Ethnic Conflict and Religious Violence."
The course is offered in various countries throughout the year and in Monterey every December. Read More

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