The Fall 2015 edition of the InterAgency Journal features eight articles spanning topics from the changing role of the State Department to considerations for religious issues in military stability operations. Ten news items make up this edition’s “Worth Noting” and CGSC’s own Dr. David A. Anderson wraps it all up… Read More
InterAgency Paper 17W (Nov. 2015)
by Megan Penn, Joshua K. Miller and Jan Schwarzenberg –
Violent extremist organizations have increased their online presence using the Internet to establish an online brand, communicate with members, and radicalize sympathizers. The regular use of online media, forums, and communications has altered the way… Read More
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Maj. Gen. Raymond D. Barrett, Jr., current director of the CGSC Foundation’s Simons Center for Interagency Cooperation, has announced his retirement from his position after five years with the Center and 10years total involvement in the CGSC Foundation.
Barrett was a founding… Read More
On August 21, the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College (CGSC) awarded 33 Golden Pen Awards to faculty members in recognition of their published scholarly works. CGSC’s Golden Pen program recognizes faculty members for their professional writing, and are broken into three categories: golden, silver, and bronze. Included among… Read More
The Simons Center recently bid farewell to another extremely accomplished Graduate Fellow. From May to July, James Gilmore conducted research and wrote an original paper as the first graduate student enrolled at Missouri State University in Springfield, Mo., to intern at the Simons Center. Gilmore’s primary research effort was focused… Read More
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