DKI APCSS Executive Brief Aloha, CAPSTONE 19-1! 1


UNIVERSITY? 3 STAKEHOLDERS AND PARTNERS Department of Defense USINDOPACOM OSD Policy DSCA Joint Staff Component Commands NDU Other U.S. Agencies Service HQs & SSCs

NSC Countries, Economies & National Institutions Dept of State Embassies USAID DHS US Coast Guard Northeast Asia Southeast Asia South Asia Oceania Beyond INDOPACOM APCSS alumni networks

DKI APCSS Regional Institutions & International Organizations UN, IOs, NGOs South Asian Association for Regional CooperationSAARC Association of Southeast Asian Nations ASEAN Pacific Islands Forum - PIF Educate, Connect, Empower 4 The DKI APCSS Ends Security Stability

Prosperity Strategy = Ways DKI APCSS unique approach Means In-resident courses Workshops / Dialogues Fellows projects Alumni network Visits Applied to our policy focus areas from OSD and INDOPACOM:

Security sector development (SSD) Maritime security (MARSEC) Countering terrorism and violent extremism (CT/CVE) Humanitarian assistance / disaster response (HADR) Regional architecture Educate, Connect, Empower 5 The DKI APCSS approach Intellectual safe-house Strategic goals Trust Build partner capacity Strengthen regional security networks Mutual respect

Transparency Inclusion Enhance shared understanding Non-attribution Educate, Connect, Empower Results Fact-based dialogues U.S. stakeholders Feedback to regional stakeholders Alumni network (12,000+ security practitioners) Regional access to key environments Maritime Safety CAPACITY BUILDING OUTCOMES CVE Workshop Manila

Nepal Earthquake Preparedness (FP) ASEAN Support Myanmar Elections (FP) POLICY FOCUS AREAS Security Sector Development Maritime Security Counter Terrorism / Countering Violent Extremism Humanitarian Assistance & Disaster Relief

ASEAN Regional Institutions 7 CAPACITY BUILDING OUTCOMES - WPS Japan's first female fighter pilot - 2018 (FP) 2018 WPS workshop in Tonga (DKI APCSS & Nevada National Guard) Inclusion Workshop Mongolia 2016 First WPS cohort from Oceania CAPACITY BUILDING OUTCOMES Workshops/Courses

Secretary Mattis Shangri-la Dialogues Mobile APOC Korea 2017 Comprehensive Crisis Management Course 18-1 Nepals Constituent Assembly (CA) endorsed a new Constitution in 2015. Saira Ahmed Ali, 2018 DKI APCSS Alumni of the Year 2018 DKI APCSS Alumni Association of the Year - Thailand CAPACITY BUILDING OUTCOMES Alumni Director Gumataotao Meets With Alumni Currently Servicing As Chiefs Of Defense

Admiral Davidson Meets With DKI APCSS Alumni in the Philippines Questions? Educate, Connect, Empower Polling Generate discussion Gain a glimpse of first impression on regional security environment Gives participants an opportunity to express their opinions in an anonymous way Not scientific Note: No right/wrong answers Polling device: 1. Press number see green light

2. Red light means not registered 3. Last number pressed is the one recorded 12 GO NAVY BEAT ARMY! 1. True 2. False 59% 41% 1. 2. 13 The security environment in the Indo-Asia Pacific region is...

A. B. C. D. Getting better Getting worse Staying the same Not sure 71% 18% A. B. 6% 6% C.

D. What is the Indo-Asia Pacific region's top security challenge for the next 5 years? A. Traditional Military Conflict 41% B. Economic Crisis C. Terrorism and violent extremism D. Natural disasters E. Maritime disorder & encounters at sea F. Weak governance & state fragility G. Transnational crime H. Climate change I. Other

18% 18% 12% 6% 6% 0% A. B. C. D. E. F. 0% G. 0% H. I. The biggest challenge to improving my nation's performance on security issues is: A. Lack of resources B. Inadequate legal system 47% C. Lack of long-term planning D. Insufficient training and education

E. Insufficient public support 18% 12% 12% F. Political instability or disinterest 6% G. Bureaucratic/interagency rivalry A. 0% B. C. D. 0% E. F. G. 0% H. I. H. Insufficient accountability or transparency I. Other

6% Current U.S. strategies indicate what level of commitment to the region: 76% A. High B. Moderate C. Low 18% 6% A. B. C. My current understanding of the U.S. strategy for the Indo-Pacific is:

71% A. High B. Medium 29% C. Low D. Zero 0% A. B. C. 0% D. Inhibitors to US Strategy in the Indo-Pacific: 29%

A. Credibility 29% 24% B. Clarity of intent C. Trust deficit 12% D. Contradictions in approach 6% E. Lack of diversity in private investment A. F. Mis-reading regional relations with China

B. C. D. 0% E. F. The Defense & security element of U.S. strategic engagement in the region should be: 59% 41% A. Increased B. Stay the same C. Decreased A. B.

0% C. The governance & cooperation element of U.S. strategic engagement in the region should be: 94% A. Increased B. Stay the same C. Decreased 6% A. B. 0% C.

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