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  • Recollections: Students describe Boston Policy Week 2019

    Recollections: Students describe Boston Policy Week 2019

  • Norwich University students sit around a circular table, laptop computers open, to review data and plan strategy during a hurricane- damage mitigation exercise in October during Boston Policy Week.

    Strivers on the storm

  • Kosovo Security Force Lt. Gen. Rrahman Rama in a dark blue military uniform and Norwich University President Richard W. Schneider in his green Norwich Militia uniform shake hands during an Oct. 17 meeting in Schneider’s office in Norwich, Vermont.

    A valuable new connection

    INTERNATIONAL OPPORTUNITY Read More
  • A group of Norwich cadets, in their camouflage fatigue uniform,s and adviser, Dr. Travis Morris, in a dark suit, unfurl a maroon-and-copper colored banner for Norwich University’s Peace and War Center during their trip to the Balkans during summer 2019.

    Recollections: Cadets describe Balkans field study experience

    DIPLOMACY UP CLOSE Read More
  • Norwich cadets in their civilian dress clothes, women in dresses, men in suits and ties, pose for a picture with the president of Croatia during their summer 2019 trip to the Balkans. A blue banner featuring the Croatian seal and letters reading, “The president of the nation of Croatia,” in English and Croatian, hangs behind them.

    Field days: Visit to Balkans teaches cadets about culture, conflict

    LEARNING AND LEADING Read More
  • Change for the worse, planning for the better

    Change for the worse, planning for the better

  • The team went to the Negev desert and enjoyed a meal made by the Negev Bedouin.

    15 Years of Student Cultural Immersion

    OLMSTED FOUNDATION Read More
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DIRECTOR
Travis Morris
Associate Professor
Criminal Justice
wmorris@norwich.edu

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR
Yangmo Ku
Associate Professor
Political Science
yku@norwich.edu

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herri Goodman, author of “The Role of Water Stress in Instability and Conflict” and former U.S. deputy defense undersecretary (environmental security), joined Dr. Travis Morris’ terrorism class on Friday, Oct. 11, 2019, to lead a discussion on environmental security. Goodman, drawing on her experience with the Defense Department, answered questions on resource scarcity, weaponizing resources and the maldistribution of limited resources.

The Journal of Peace and War Studies

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DEALING WITH NORTH KOREA’S NUCLEAR/MISSILE CHALLENGES

Dealing with North Korea’s Nuclear and Missile Programs: A Chinese Perspective
- Zhiqun Zhu

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The North Korean Nuclear Weapons and Ballistic Missile Threat: An American Perspective
- Bruce E. Bechtol Jr.

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A Treasured Sword of Justice? Explaining the Key Reasons behind North Korea’s Nuclear Development and US Policy Implications
- Yangmo Ku

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Aligning Autonomy and Alliance: Variation in South Korea’s Policy Towards North Korea and the Moon Jae-in Presidency
- Il Hyun Cho

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Primacy of Diplomacy and Economic Power: How Japan Counters North Korea’s Nuclear Weapons and Ballistic Missile Development
- Nori Katagiri

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STUDENT RESEARCH

Primacy and the United States: The Role of the US in the Modern Era
- William Pawlak

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