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  1. Mershon Center for International Security Studies Annual Report 2014-2015


    The University Archives has determined that this item is of continuing value to OSU's history.

  2. Mershon Center for International Security Studies Annual Report 2013-2014


    The University Archives has determined that this item is of continuing value to OSU's history.

  3. Mershon Center for International Security Studies Annual Report 2012-2013


    The University Archives has determined that this item is of continuing value to OSU's history.

  4. Mershon Center for International Security Studies Annual Report 2010-2012


    RESEARCH: Highlights ; Research on Use of Force and Diplomacy ; Research on Ideas, Identities, and Decisional Processes ; Research on Institutions That Manage Violent Conflict ; Graduate Student Projects -- STUDENTS: Ralph D. Mershon Study Abroad Scholarship -- FACULTY PUBLICATIONS AND HONORS: Books ; Articles, Essays, and Book Chapters ; Honors, Awards, and Service -- EVENTS: Conferences ; Calendar of Events ; Oversight Committee

  5. Mershon Center for International Security Studies Annual Report 2009-2010

    Becker, Cathy
    Since 1967, the Mershon Center for International Security Studies has worked to fulfillthe vision of Ralph D. Mershon. He gave his generous gift to The Ohio State University nearly 50 years ago to ensure that civilians would study military activities.The Mershon Center aims to advance the understanding of national security by examining it in a global context. Security is a very broad topic and encompasses many questions, as anyone looking at the range of things the U.S. Department of Defense spends money on would quickly see. In an era in which defining a problem as a matter of national security often leads to...

  6. Mershon Center for International Security Studies Annual Report 2008-2009

    Becker, Cathy; Mann, Melanie
    Since 1967, the Mershon Center for International Security Studies has worked to fulfill the vision of Ralph D. Mershon. He gave his generous gift to The Ohio State University nearly 50 years ago to ensure that civilians would study military activities. The mission of the Mershon Center is to advance the understanding of national security in a global context. As the United States sends an increasing number of troops to Afghanistan while working to bring troops home from Iraq, the task remains urgent and complicated. The course of these conflicts has made it clear that strategies designed to accomplish political...

  7. Mershon Center for International Security Studies Annual Report 2007-2008

    Becker, Cathy; Mann, Melanie; Tompkins, Laura
    Since 1967, the Mershon Center for International Security Studies has worked to fulfill the vision of Ralph D. Mershon. He gave his generous gift to The Ohio State University nearly 50 years ago to ensure that civilians would study military activities. The mission of the Mershon Center is to advance the understanding of national security in a global context. Rarely has that task seemed more urgent and complicated. Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan continue, and it has become increasingly clear that military force alone will not bring them to a close. There is a need for cultural, economic, and political expertise...

  8. Mershon Center for International Security Studies Annual Report 2002-2003

    Rojewski, Julie
    With the United States engaged in combat in Iraq and Afghanistan and Americans aware that violence may strike the homeland, national security remains at the top of the Mershon Center’s agenda. The war on terrorism has both increased the salience of national security and expanded the understanding of what is involved in defending the country. The military is asked to fight wars as well as engage in peacekeeping, policing and even nation-building. The importance of intelligence and the need to coordinate the activities of multiple agencies both at home and with allies abroad is clear. So is the need to understand the motive forces and calculations that drive violent...

  9. Mershon Center for International Security Studies Annual Report 2003-2004

    Rojewski, Julie
    Understanding national security in a global context remained an urgent topic with a broad scope. This year, the Mershon Center funded sixty projects, involving more than seventy faculty members from more than fifteen departments. Four broad themes provided the collective focus for our endeavors and define the structure of this report: 1) diplomacy and the use of force, 2) political and economic decision-making, 3) culture and identity in security and 4) the role law and institutions play in war and peace. In addition to projects that address some of these themes, the Center also sponsored a year-long, multi-disciplinary effort to...

  10. Mershon Center for International Security Studies Annual Report 2004-2005

    Rojewski, Julie
    With his gift to the Ohio State University, Ralph D. Mershon sought to promote the civilian study of military activities and the principles of good citizenship. Today, the Mershon Center strives to fulfill that aim by fostering the understanding of national security in a global context. It concentrates on three main topics: 1) the use of force and diplomacy, 2) the ideas, identities, and decisional processes that affect security, and 3) the institutions that manage violent conflicts. This year, the Center held seven international conferences devoted to specific aspects of each of these topics. For instance, it convened in conjunction with the Korean National Defense University a conference in...

  11. Mershon Center for International Security Studies Annual Report 2005-2006

    Becker, Cathy
    On behalf of the faculty and staff of the Mershon Center for International Security Studies at The Ohio State University, I am pleased to send to you a copy of our Annual Report for 2005-06. The mission of the Mershon Center is to advance the understanding of national security in a global context. We do this by fostering interdisciplinary faculty and student research in three areas: • The use of force and diplomacy. • The ideas, identities and decisional processes that affect security. • The institutions that manage violent conflict. Among the highlights of our 2005-06 Annual Report are: • Research conducted by Mershon-affiliated faculty and...

  12. Mershon Center for International Security Studies Annual Report 2006-2007

    Becker, Cathy
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