Class of 2019
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Despite President Trump's claim to have "largely solved" the North Korea problem, the President's ambition is now meeting reality as Secretary Pompeo and his North Korean counterparts attempt to fill in the blanks of what President Trump and Kim Jong Un thought they had agreed to at the Singapore Summit. At the same time, progress in President Moon's efforts to engage North Korea is fast outpacing progress in U.S.-North Korea negotiations on denuclearization. This trend is likely to continue and strain U.S.-ROK relations. The policy challenge facing the Trump administration is formidable and will test the President's diplomatic skills.
What do you think about the joint force? Where do we need to adapt to meet the future as you see it? Where does leadership make a difference to you, and what does good leadership look like? When you think you have some answers, JFQ is here to help you reach out to the joint force and beyond.
This fall, the National Defense University (NDU) College of Information and Cyberspace (CIC) hosted
The National Defense University (NDU) Foundation Board of Directors has named Dr. William J. Parker III as the Foundation President and Chief Executive Officer, effective 10 October 2018.
The newest edition of PRISM is now online. With this edition, PRISM completes our seventh volume and prepares to move toward full peer review status next year. The edition is non-themed but offers several features that highlight the importance of innovation and non-kinetic warfare. Hard copies will be available early in the new year.
NDU President VADM Fritz Roegge writes in the July/August issue of Foreign Service Journal that the "significant positive effects" of State Department diplomats serving directly alongside military officers, include "a shared sense of purpose ... to serve the nation, preserve our freedom and promote our values."
On March 29, 2018, the National Defense University's International Fellows from the Class of 2018 prepared and served cuisine from their home countries to NDU's students, faculty, and staff. The luncheon took place in Marshall Hall at Fort McNair in Washington, DC.
On Thursday, March 22, 2018, Secretary of Defense James Mattis visited students with the Keystone course at the National Defense University.
On February 22, 2018, Dr. Eliot Cohen addressed the students of the National War College with a lecture in Roosevelt Hall at Fort McNair in Washington, DC.
The NDU 2018 Ft. McNair Graduation video is now available on Livestream for those who missed it or want to share it! Remember our hashtags: #NDUGRAD and #NDU2018.