Autumn Naval War College Review Available Online
The Naval War College Press is pleased to present the Autumn 2012 issue of the Naval War College Review.
NWC President Takes Navy Message To Cincinnati
The president of the U.S. Naval War College wrapped up a visit to Cincinnati, Aug. 14, meeting with business, civic and educational leaders and participating in a world-class military appreciation night as part of the Navy's 50-50 outreach program.
U.S. Naval War College Announces New Charles H. Stockton Professor of International Law
Professor Heintschel von Heinegg, a recognized scholar on the law of maritime warfare, has been appointed as the Charles H. Stockton Professor of International Law at the U.S. Naval War College.
JMO Professor Leads 2-Week Mission Training Democratic Republic of Congo Military
Navy Captain Kevin Brew returns from a 2 week mission to the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Schmitt Appointed To Academic Board
Chairman of U.S. Naval War College’s International Law Department, Professor Mike Schmitt, has been appointed to the Board of Recommendation of the Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law.
Professor McCabe, Dr. Norton Burbach Trip to Gaborone Botswana
China Business Leaders Visit Naval War College Through Academic Partnership
Forty Chinese business leaders enrolled in Babson College’s Executive Education Program visited the U.S. Naval War College on July 26, to learn about military perspectives of leadership and innovation and discuss how to apply that knowledge to their own businesses.
Naval War College Strengthens International Relations and Security In Caribbean
Three faculty members from the U.S. Naval War College (NWC) recently returned from Moneague, Jamaica where they taught a five-day workshop for Caribbean and Central American military and government officials on developing national security strategies.
Naval War College Professor Authors New Book on Political-Military Leadership
U.S. Naval War College Professor and author Carnes Lord's newest book, "Proconsuls: Delegated Political-Military Leadership from Rome to America Today," was recently published by Cambridge University Press.
Naval War College Presents War Gaming Workshop to Mexican Navy
Three faculty members from the U.S. Naval War College (NWC) recently returned from Mexico City where they taught a three-day war gaming professional development workshop at the Mexican Naval War College.
SEA Graduates Resident Course Class
Forty-five members of the Resident Course, Class 167, at the Senior Enlisted Academy (SEA) at Naval Station Newport graduated July 12 in ceremonies at the Officers’ Club.Forty-five members of the Resident Course, Class 167, at the Senior Enlisted Academy (SEA) at Naval Station Newport graduated July 12 in ceremonies at the Officers’ Club.
John Nicholas Brown Chair of Counterterrorism Studies Hosts International Panel on Pakistan
Timothy D. Hoyt, Professor of Strategy and Policy and John Nicholas Brown Chair of Counterterrorism Studies, hosted the a panel entitled “Pakistan and Radicalisation: Implications for Pakistan, South Asia, and the West” at the annual conference of the British International Studies Association.
Stockton e-Portal Provides Research Tool for Law of Armed Conflict
International Law Department
, The Law of Armed Conflict / International Humanitarian Law Research e-Portal, last month, and after surpassing 4,400 views, it is proving to be NWC's most popular LibGuide hosted by NWC this year.
Workshop Participants Develop Game Plans for Global’12 War Game
In preparation for the upcoming Navy Global’12 War Game, more than 50 participants from across the Department of Defense and Intelligence communities attended a 3-day workshop at the U.S. Naval War College (NWC), June 26-28.
CIWAG Symposium Furthers Discussion on Challenges Posed by Armed Groups and States
The Center for Irregular Warfare and Armed Groups (CIWAG) presented its fourth annual symposium, “Exploiting Seams and Closing Gaps,” on June 26-27.
Senior Enlisted Academy Graduates Blended Class