Maximo Laura, “Inner Cosmos,” Alpaca wool, mixed fiber hand-woven Peruvian tapestry. Reproduced by PRISM with permission by the artist.

PRISM Volume 8, No. 1 - Now Online!

Criminal organizations, narco-traffickers, illegal immigration, violent extremists, cooperative approaches to regional security—all covered in this this latest edition of PRISM, which is co-sponsored by U.S. Southern Command and hot off of National Defense University’s press!


PRISM Volume 7, no. 4

PRISM Volume 7, No. 4

With this edition, PRISM completes our seventh volume and prepares to move toward full peer review status this year. The edition is non-themed but offers several features that highlight the importance of innovation and non-kinetic warfare. Among the distinguished authors are a former Supreme Allied Commander Transformation, the Director of Strategic Operational Planning at the National Counterterrorism Center, and a senior executive with the U.S. Department of Treasury.


From left to right: Ambassadors Dick Norland, Tom Krajeski and Joyce Barr at NDU’s Foreign Affairs Day on May 9. Photo Credit: Katie Lewis, NDU AV.

"The View from the Bridge: Sailing in Formation with the State Department"

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."


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