Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies Annual Report 2010
ASIA-PACIFIC CENTER FOR SECURITY STUDIES HONOLULU HI
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In 2010 APCSS fulfilled its full potential as a unique and high value added contributor to advancing focused Asia-Pacific security collaboration and cooperation among a diverse and influential network of program graduates and benefactors. Whether in the conduct of in-resident academic offerings which were continuously adaptive to requirements and needs of regional security practitioners, or in a highly profitable series of outreach workshops in the region and at APCSS, or in the research efforts of APCSS faculty, or in the ground-breaking for a new wing at APCSS to better integrate critical informational and educational technology to the advantage of program participants and graduates, APCSS in 2010 was very successful in all it attempted. The contents of this annual report document that. Adaptive, evolutionary, comprehensive, and responsive to OSD and USPACOM priorities, APCSS programs in 2010 continued to help build critical security cooperation capacities via an adaptive executive-education learning model. Related outcomes positively influenced regional leader development and institutional system improvements, moreover, and continuous process improvements in APCSS operations and the APCSS business model helped ensure steps ahead can be sustained. The probability of continuing APCSS mission accomplishment was enhanced again in 2010. In the area of APCSS learning model influence on regional security-system improvements, recurrent APCSS alumni and alumni supervisor feedback provide ample evidence of specific near-as well as long-term capacity building.
- Government and Political Science
- Civil Defense