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7th Annual ALLIES Civil Military Relations Conference

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7th Annual ALLIES Civil Military Relations Conference Nov 12

Tufts ALLIES is proud to host our 2020 Civil-Military Relations Conference (CMRC) on Saturday, November 14th, 2020. This year’s theme is Securing the Final Frontier: The 21st Century Space Race. The keynote speaker for the conference is Paul Syzmanski, an expert on space warfare. The conference will be held online and will feature two panel discussions on the transformation of space into a domain for international conflict and the formation of America’s newest military service branch: the US Space Force.

May 08

The Future Of The U.S. In The Middle East

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he United States has traditionally taken an active political role in the Middle East and its involvement in the region is always an important issue in a presidential election year. In February, the Tufts Institute for Global Leadership held a discussion on “The Future of U.S.

Jul 12

China in the Indo-Pacific by Akash Mishra (A’22)

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This final day of the 2019 ALLIES JRP has brought with it a fair bit of reflection. Over the course of the last sixteen days, Jake, the US Naval Academy team, and I have been able to engage in the culmination of over seven months of preparation to broaden the scope of our knowledge on civil military relations in India.

Jul 02

Exploring the American Relationship by Akash Mishra (A’22)

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Ten days into the ALLIES Joint Research Project (JRP) in India, it is hard to see how India's vast sociopolitical discourse is not explored further (at least in western research literature). The first ten days of our trip have come with immense learning.

Jun 14

Welcome to India! By Jake Gould (A’22)

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As part of the ALLIES Joint Research Project (JRP) this summer, we have the opportunity to conduct research with the US Naval Academy in India.  Given the opportunity to work with a diverse group of students with a wide range of interests, our research topics span everywhere from health care in India, the Digital India project, and Ind

May 14

Student Summary: Conflict, Simulation, and Zombies! by Alessandra Jacimovic (A'22), Clara Etchegaray (A'22), Tejus Govani (A'22), Ava Dimond (A'22), Armaan Tandon (A'22), and Maya Namasivayam (A'22)

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As an effort to support the material taught in our ExCollege course we -- seven freshmen along with our two instructors -- attended the Montreal 2019 Connections Wargames conference at McGill University.

May 10

War, Games, and the Civil-Military Divide by Eva Kahan (A’19)

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Over President’s Day Weekend, a caravan of two cars - full of six students, two student teachers, and many overstuffed backpacks - departed to the Montreal 2019 Connections Wargames Conference.  We had few detailed expectations but abundant excitement.

Apr 29

FieldEx 2019: Pitting Religious Rebels against a Secularizing Monarchy in a Kinetic Simulation on Conflict Resolution by Lionel Oh (A’21)

by jtijssen

ALLIES hosted its annual FieldEx (Field Exercise for Peacekeeping and Stability Operations) on April 5th-6th, in North Kingstown, RI. FieldEx is a kinetic simulation organized by ALLIES undergraduate students, with support from the Institute for Global Leadership (IGL).

Apr 01

Military 101: A Conversation with a Fletcher Veteran by Connor Akiyama (A’21)

by jtijssen

On its last meeting of the month, ALLIES hosted a conversation with Lt. Maria Katrina Ablen (F’19) to talk about her personal experiences during her military service and her own observations about the future of the United States Navy.

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