Here is a listing of the Partnership for Peace Consortium's publications, including our widely read scholarly journal Connections. The publications cover a variety of topics in international security and defense institution building. Please see below for a listing of all our published items, or click on each publication individually to view the publication's published items.
Connections is a free, peer-reviewed quarterly scholarly journal, published by the Partnership for Peace Consortium, widely read at international security institutes such as the NATO Defense College, US Army War College, Austrian National Defense Academy and numerous others. Subscribe today and join our readership from 800 international organizations across the international security, defense, government, and civil agency communities.
Browse recent research published in the PfPC's journal Connections on contemporary international security issues.
Download the published proceedings from the Partnership for Peace Consortium's Study Groups. These groups include the Regional Security in the South Caucasus Study Group (RSSC Study Group) and the Regional Security in Southeast Europe Study Group (RSSEE SG). These groups strive to foster regional stability and international security and where appropriate play a vital role in conflict resolution.
The Athena Papers were previously published by the Partnership for Peace Consortium and cover a variety of topics of interest to the international security community.
Annual reports provide a comprehensive overview of our defense education, defense institution building, regional security, and other activities throughout the year and serves as a handy compendium for the PfPC community and the interested public.
More than 100 senior counterterrorism professionals from government, military, law enforcement, intelligence, international organizations, civil society, academia, and the private sector met to address Foreign Terrorist Fighter (FTF) phenomena in the Western Balkans. The Republic of Macedonia in cooperation with the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) and the United States Embassy in Macedonia hosted the Partnership for Peace Consortium (PfPC) Combating Terrorism Working Group (CTWG) event. Conference participants included Macedonia’s new National CT/CVE Committee including the national CT/CVE coordinator, as well as the CVE national coordinators from Albania and Kosovo, providing the foundation for increased regional collaboration on difficult challenges, including FTF and prisoner rehabilitation and reintegration issues. Keynote speeches were delivered by senior Macedonia government officials, as well as from senior members of diplomatic and counterterrorism (CT), including countering violent extremism (CVE), bodies. The keynote speakers H.E. Zoran Zaev, Prime Minister of the Republic of Macedonia, H.E. Jess Baily, U.S. Ambassador to Macedonia, H.E. Nina Suomalainen, Head of the OSCE Mission to Skopje, Mr. Borche Petrevski, National CT/CVE Coordinator, Republic of Macedonia, and Mr. Richard Prosen, U.S. Department of State and CTWG Co-Chair addressed relevant CT/CVE issues within the context of evolving FTF threats and challenges. The conference showcased a multi-stakeholder tabletop exercise (TTX). The TTX engaged participants in an interactive scenario on emerging security challenges to a fictitious country, which facilitated discussions to cultivate Macedonian and regional policy and programmatic recommendations related to FTF travel, relocation, and return.