Partnering to Develop Tomorrow's Foreign Service Professionals
After more than a decade of continuous military engagement in Afghanistan and Iraq, while a strong and capable military is still the cornerstone of U.S. national security, the 2010 National Security Strategy invokes a whole-of-government mindset. Even prior to that change in emphasis, however, the Center for Strategic Leadership was partnering with universities to help educate and develop future diplomats. One of these important partnerships is the International Strategic Crisis Negotiation Exercise, which offers experiential learning for graduate-level international relations students, current Foreign Service professionals, and serving military officers. This short issue paper provides more information about the current ISCNE program.
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