Welcome to William J. Perry Center

CENTER NEWS

  • Mar 25, 2020

    The effect of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has forced all of us to take protective measures to safeguard the health of our team and our partners. All our courses through June 2020 are postponed, as well as academic visits to our partner countries in the Americas. This is a developing situation and we are continually assessing changes to determine what courses and events that we will be able to offer after July 1st. We will post the latest information on upcoming courses on our web site and social media accounts.

  • Mar 25, 2020
    We continue to celebrate Women's History Month & honor the contributions of women in Latin America & the Caribbean.
  • Mar 06, 2020

    On Tuesday, March 3rd 2020 the William J. Perry Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies hosted the Hemispheric Forum "Cuba's Continuing Regional Influence". The event featured...

  • Mar 05, 2020

    On March 4, 2020, Perry Center Professor Celina Realuyo testified before Congress on "Global Illicit Networks and their Facilitators in the Americas: Countering the Threat from...

COURSES/SEMINARS

  • In an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), the Perry Center has postponed this course. New dates: TBD. As previously planned, the selection results will be announced to all applicants via e-mail on April 6.

  • In an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), the Perry Center has postponed this course. New dates: TBD. As previously planned, the selection results will be announced to all applicants via e-mail on April 6.

  • Participants should be able to contribute to the general objectives of Human Rights and Rule of Law at both the personal and institutional level, acquiring and/or improving the following functional competencies:

    • Identifying and examining HR and ROL topics most present in the lives of Latin Americans.
  • Current complex security challenges call for solid and well-governed institutions. Therefore, producing good governance in the defense and security institutions – a complex task in and of itself – must become a state priority.

  • The course explores the increasing challenges to cyber security at the national, international and transnational levels. This is a comprehensive, non-technical course, for government and private sector cyber professionals. The course is focused on deepening the understanding of the participants of the global cyber environment from two perspectives, national state power and competitiveness. The course seeks to teach senior national leaders how to make informed decisions on cyber policy, strategy and planning within a national state power framework.

  • In an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), the Perry Center has postponed this course. The new dates for the online and residential phases are listed on the right. All applicants have been notified via e-mail regarding the date change.

PUBLICATIONS

publications

The Perry Center publishes original works by faculty, staff, alumni, and international colleagues through a variety of print and digital outlets. The current lineup of publications includes Regional Insights, Occasional Papers, and the newly created Proceedings, as well as special reports and books. We welcome submissions in English and Spanish for any of the publication types. We also feature the work of our faculty and staff published by external entities.

FEATURED FACULTY

BG (ret.) Dr. Boris Saavedra
Brigadier General (ret.) Dr. Boris Saavedra
Associate Professor
María Johana Alarcón
María Johana Alarcón
Adjunct Professor

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