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Central Asia Context Factors and the Comprehensive Approach to Regional Security

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As the Program in Advanced Security Studies readies to graduate, the Marshall Center takes you into the thoughts of one participant who traveled on the field Study to Washington DC Nov. 5-11. Monica Radu from Romania, who is also participating in the joint Bundeswehr University/Marshall Center Master's in International Security Studies program, talks about the experience, offering her thoughts at the end of each day. Finally, she sums up what she got out of the trip and how it could be improved or made better. The video runs about 16 minutes. Video by GCMC Public Affairs/Jason Tudor


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Professor John Kriendler

Professor of NATO and European Security Issues
George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies

John Kriendler is professor of NATO and European Security Studies at the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies.

He lectures on NATO, European security issues and the United Nations, and teaches a core seminar and an elective course on “NATO: Strate