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
Mocini Retires From U.S. Naval War College
Professor Vincent Mocini, former U.S. Naval War College Dean of International Programs and Maritime Security Cooperation, recently retired from the college after 12 years of service.
NWC Supports Multinational War Game in Colombia
NWC faculty joined with participants from western hemisphere war colleges for the second phase of the 38th Inter-American War Game (IAWG 2012), hosted this year by the Colombian War College, or Escuela Superior de Guerra, June 19-29.
EMC Chair: "China and Cybersecurity: Political, Economic, and Strategic Dimensions" Report Is Now Available Online
Better mutual understanding of Chinese and American perspectives on information security is an essential step toward improving the productivity and reliability of the new global commons of cyberspace.
Levy Chair: Workshop Papers Now Available Online
Papers generated for last year's U.S. Naval War College Levy Chair workshop with the University of California's Institute for Global Conflict and Cooperation are now available online.
NWC President Heads Navy Division for Bristol 4th of July Parade
Rear Adm. John Christenson, president of the Naval War College, will serve as the Navy division marshal and lead the Navy in Newport contingent in the 227th annual Bristol Fourth of July Parade next Wednesday at 10:30 a.m.
Naval War College Deputy Chief Of Staff Honored During Retirement Ceremony
Capt. Russell Knight, a native of East Greenwich, R.I., retired after 30 years of naval service during a ceremony at the U.S. Naval War College, on June 22.
Learning from Air Operations in Libya: Mandates, Operations, and Outcomes
A U.S. Naval War College (NWC) conference entitled "Learning from Air Operations in Libya: Mandates, Operations, and Outcomes" brought international practitioners and analysts together to develop an integrated assessment of Operation Odyssey Dawn and Operation Unified Protector.
Chief of Naval Operations Delivers Graduation Speech at Naval War College
Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Jonathan W. Greenert told more than 500 graduates of the U.S. Naval War College that bold and accountable leaders are needed to make difficult choices in a changing environment during graduation ceremonies at Naval Station Newport, June 15.
63rd Current Strategy Forum Marks End of NWC Academic Year
CSF explored the theme of "Global Trends: Implications for National Policy and the Maritime Forces" during a two-day event, June 12-13.
Under SECNAV Discusses New Golden Era Of American Seapower At 63rd Current Strategy Forum
At the U.S. Naval War College's (NWC) 63nd annual Current Strategy Forum (CSF), Under Secretary of the Navy Robert Work told more than 900 students and invited guests that the U.S. Navy is entering a "golden era" of seapower during a keynote speech, June 12.
NWC's Missions, Functions and Tasks Updated
A recent update to the instruction outlining the U.S. Naval War College's (NWC) Missions, Functions and Tasks is a complete revision and should be read in its entirety.
Newport Paper Examines 'Taiwan Patrol Force, 1950-1979'
The 38th monograph in the Newport Papers series explores the United States Taiwan Patrol force, which acted as a neutral buffer between China and Taiwan during the Cold War.
Owens Honored with American Veterans Center Prize
The American Veterans Center is proud to announce the awarding of the 2012 Andrew J. Goodpaster Prize to Dr. Mackubin Thomas Owens, professor of National Security Affairs for the U.S. Naval War College.
Evening Lecture Series Presents Ambassador Swanee Hunt on Inclusive Security
Ambassador Swanee Hunt addressed the importance of Inclusive Security and how it applies to the world today in an U.S. Naval War College evening lecture, entitled "Inclusive Security: Vital or Vacuous?," on May 23.
Letendre, Longenecker Discuss DADT Repeal, Bathsheba Syndrome
The repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell (DADT) policy and a closer look at why successful people make ethical mistakes were two topic areas explored during the final ethics conference held at the U.S. Naval War College (NWC), on May 18.