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AVAILABLE NOW: The 2021 Edition of the Journal of Peace and War Studies (JPWS)

2021 cover to the peace and war journal

The 2021 issue of the Journal of Peace and War Studies gives special focus to the theme, “Preparing Military Leaders to Effectively Resolve 21st Century Security Challenges.” Its publication and theme coincide with the 2021 International Symposium of Military Academies (ISOMA), which took place October 4-8, 2021, at Norwich University.

Read online or download the 2021 JPWS Journal


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Military Writers’ Associates

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Peace & War Summit

COLBY AWARD

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FORUM: Voices on Peace and War

Tuesday, November 6, 2018: Intelligent and Mighty Peace: Intelligence Driven Force in UN Peacekeeping Missions

12:15–1:15 p.m.
North Instruction Room, Kreitzberg Library
Norwich University

NU Fulbright Canada Scholar Sarah-Myriam Martin-Brûlé presents “Intelligent and Mighty Peace: Intelligence Driven Force in UN Peacekeeping Missions.” The lecture is free and open to the public.

Learn more.


Tuesday, October 23, 2018: Security Environment in the Black Sea Region

12:15–1:15 p.m.
North Instruction Room, Kreitzberg Library
Norwich University

Bulgarian Fulbright Scholar Dr. Georgi Marinov discusses the Black Sea region and what it means for global security.

Learn more.


Tuesday, October 9, 2018: CHINA TOWN HALL

6-8 p.m.
Mack Hall Auditorium
Norwich University

JOIN COMMUNITIES ACROSS THE U.S. in a national conversation about China and the world featuring an interactive webcast with former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and on-site discussion with former U.S. Ambassador Stephen M. Young.

This joint offering of the National Committee on U.S. China Relations and the Norwich University Peace and War Center is free and open to the public. Parking is available in Lot F on Central Street off Route 12. Accessible parking is available in front of Mack Hall off I.D. White Avenue.

Learn more about the national event.


October 3-4, 2018: Colby Award Celebration

Featuring guest historians:

  • Howard Coffin
  • Brian Matthew Jordan
  • Steven E. Sodergren, 2018 Colby Award winner

The event includes a presentation of original undergraduate research, a book signing, the presentation of the 2018 Colby Award, and a talk by award recipient Steven E. Sodergren. Learn more.


September 17-18, 2018: Inaugural Peace and War Summit

The Peace and War Center hosted its inaugural two-day Peace and War Summit in the newly built Mack Hall at Norwich University, to address critical global issues from an integrated scholarly and policy perspective. Learn more about this summit.


March 5-7, 2018: Jim Townsend, "The US, NATO and Transatlantic Defense"

Jim Townsend is an adjunct senior fellow at the Center for a New American Security (CNAS), where he is building a Transatlantic Security Program with Julieanne Smith. Their program has become the crossing point for Eurvmmunity.

Before going to CNAS, Jim spent eight years as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (DASD) for European and NATO Policy. That assignment completed more than 34 years of work primarily on European and NATO policy in the Pentagon, at NATO and at the Atlantic Council. His work spanned the Cold War, post-Cold War political reconstruction in Europe and Europe's new challenges including Russia and terrorism. Through his work, he has helped execute US military engagement in almost every conflict from the Gulf War to the reintroduction of US forces into Europe to deter Russia. He also played critical roles in NATO enlargement, NATO reform, and helping to build bilateral defense relations with the new democracies coming from the breakup of the Soviet Union.

Before becoming DASD in 2009, Jim was a Vice President in the Atlantic Council of the United States and Director of the Council's Program on International Security. In this position, he strengthened the Council's voice and impact on transatlantic security and defense issues, making the Atlantic Council a leading player in shaping the Euro-Atlantic defense agenda.

Jim joined the Atlantic Council in 2006 after a distinguished Civil Service career at the Pentagon and at NATO. In the 1990s, Jim was the Principal Director of European and NATO Policy, the Director of NATO Policy and the Director of the Defense Plans Division at the US Mission to NATO in Brussels, Belgium.


February 15, 2018: Shabana Basij-Rasikh

Born and raised in Kabul, Shabana finished high school in the U.S. through the State Department's Youth Exchange Studies program. She went on to attend Middlebury College in Vermont, graduating magna cum laude in International Studies and Women & Gender Studies in 2011. In 2016, Shabana was awarded an honorary doctorate from SOAS University of London.

While at Middlebury, Shabana was awarded a Davis Peace Prize-with which she built wells in the outskirts of Kabul-and was selected as one of Glamour Magazine's Top 10 College Women of 2010. She also received the Vermont Campus Compact 2011 Madeleine Kunin Public Service Award for outstanding leadership and service to others.

While still in college, Shabana co-founded SOLA-School of Leadership, Afghanistan, a nonprofit dedicated to giving young Afghans access to quality education abroad and jobs back home. After graduating from Middlebury, she returned to Kabul to turn SOLA into the nation's first boarding school for girls. SOLA provides college preparatory courses to students aged 11 to 19 representing all major ethnic groups, religious sects, and tribes. It also helps graduates enter universities worldwide and return to substantive careers in Afghanistan, where they often become the first women to enter their fields.

During this period, Shabana served as the National Gender Mainstreaming Advisor at the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development's National Solidarity Program in Kabul, but left the position in 2012 to focus on SOLA full time. In addition to leading SOLA, Shabana's advocacy work on the importance of educating girls takes her around the world. She is a global ambassador for Girl Rising, a call to action seeking investment in girls' education worldwide. In recognition for her work, Shabana was named one of National Geographic's 2014 Emerging Explorers, and one of CNN International's Leading Women of 2014.

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John and Mary Frances Patton Peace & War Center

Nicole Greenwood
Administrative Coordinator
ngreenwo@norwich.edu

Director

Travis Morris
Director, Peace & War Center
Executive Director, Military Writers' Symposium
Associate Professor, Criminal Justice
wmorris@norwich.edu

Associate Director

Yangmo Ku
Associate Director, Peace & War Center
Editor, Journal of Peace and War Studies
Associate Professor, Political Science
yku@norwich.edu

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