Leader Development & Education for Sustained Peace Program: Cross-Cultural, Geopolitical & Regional Education

Leader Development & Education for Sustained Peace

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MISSION

Established in 2001, the Leader Development and Education for Sustained Peace Program (LDESP) provides graduate level education for military and civilian leaders to establish a regional, geopolitical, and cultural framework for understanding the challenges of conducting full spectrum operations in unique and rapidly changing environments. The program executes distance learning courses and seminars to cultivate skills and promote whole-of-government approaches to achieve unity of effort in countries and regions around the world. 

 

LDESP SEMINAR SCHEDULE: September-October 2014

Note: Agendas for all programs will be linked under the “Unit” column as they become available. Please click on the links high-lighted in blue under the unit column for available agendas.

DATES
COURSE
UNIT
LOCATION
8-9 Sept India 1 BCT 25 ID Ft Wainwright
16-18 Sept Korea (RAB/RAF) 2 BCT 1 CD Ft Hood
17-19 Sept Korea 3-8 CAV Ft Hood
16-18 Sept HART NG SPP Reno, NV
23-25 Sept OEF MAP/PAT 8 Sophia, Bulgaria
7-9 Oct Europe 4 ID Ft Carson
15-17 Oct North America 1 BCT 1 AD Ft Bliss
20-21 Oct Levant Staff Orientation USARCENT Shaw AFB
28-31 Oct Africa 4 ABCT 1 AD Ft Bliss

LDESP DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAM

Welcome to the LDESP Distance Learning Program. Detailed instructions for navigating the LDESP site, enrolling in courses, printing certificates, managing your account and opting out of the News Update distribution list are provided in the LDESP Navigation Guide.
 
Feedback: Please let us know if you have any suggestions to improve the online interface, during this transition period by emailing us at ldesp_staff@nps.edu.

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RESOURCE DOCUMENTS: Global Security Environment & Emerging Threats

Documents are taken from military and established professional sites with public information. The documents linked here are intended to provide readers with a better understanding of various interests and perspectives regarding the situation in diverse regions. Opinions expressed in the articles, commentaries and features do not constitute endorsement by the Department of Defense, the US Navy, or the LDESP staff.

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