Roughly thirty years ago, the Cold War came to an end. This multi-generational struggle, which did not always remain “cold,” came to define the security environment and, arguably, the social milieu for much of the world’s population. Yet, the old animosities and rivalries have continued to simmer beneath the surface boiling over in Europe and across the globe. In this presentation of the Arter-Rowland National Security Forum, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College professors Dr. Mark Wilcox and Dr. Sean Kalic will discuss the Simon’s Center’s Cold War Symposium and the culmination of that work in the book they co-edited, The End of the Cold War and its Aftermath.
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Wilcox served as a politico-military staff officer at the U.S. European Command headquarters in Stuttgart, Germany; a Joint Chiefs of Staff representative to the United States Mission to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe in Vienna, Austria; and a security cooperation liaison officer representing U.S. Central Command in the Republic of Uzbekistan.
A Cold War historian, Kalic lectures and publishes widely on topics such as the interwar period 1919-1939, the Cold War, the post-Cold War security environment, and transnational terrorism. He has presented lectures for the U.S. Naval War College, The Slovenian Armed Forces, U.S. Army Futures Command, and numerous international conferences.
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The Arter-Rowland National Security Forum is an exclusive professional information sharing and networking event exclusively for members of the forum and select invitees of the CGSC Foundation’s Simons Center and the Kansas City Chapter of the Association of the United States Army (KCAUSA), the co-hosts of the Forum.