There are numerous foreign policy and security publications throughout the world; what makes per Concordiam unique is its regional connection via the Marshall Center alumni network. The topics covered in per Concordiam are brought to the Center by resident course graduates and the organizations in which they work today. In addition to contributions from alumni, per Concordiam is an internationally distributed journal open to outside contributors who wish to comment on matters of importance to European and Eurasian Security and Defence issues; this includes scholars, policy-makers and practitioners. You can find submission guidelines, deadlines and topics here.
The Marshall Center Occasional Paper series provides a publication forum for research topics in the wide scope of political-military affairs. It offers up-to-date research information and analysis on the issues being discussed by scholars and security experts. Occasional Papers are written by Marshall Center faculty and research staff, Marshall Center alumni and invited contributors.
The Marshall Center Security Insights series provides short articles that identify, explain, and put into context significant current defense and security issues. The series is aimed at the needs of political decision makers, their aides and others who are looking for concise summaries and analyses of current security topics. The Marshall Center Security Insights are generally authored by Marshall Center faculty and staff.
The Marshall Center's original publications series, the Marshall Center Papers, is focused on comparative and interdisciplinary topics.
The Research Program has also published four book-length research studies.
The Transnational Weekly are recently published articles from academic experts and international think-tanks discussing terrorism, counter narcotics, cyber security, and transnational threats. The brief excerpts and article links are used to stimulate academic thought and discussion with Marshall Center stakeholders. They do not necessarily reflect the views or endorse Marshall Center, U.S. government, and German government opinions or policies.