This collection examines the earliest roots of the George C. Marshall Center by assembling an assortment of materials from and about Detachment "R", later named USARI - The U.S. Army Russian Institute. What was the mission and goals of this organization? What types of programs did it provide? Who were the people that developed and …
The mission of the US Army Russian Institute (USARI) was to provide graduate level Russian language and area training pertinent to staff and military attache duties in support of the Department of the Army Foreign Area Officer (FAO) program. Students studied everything they could about the Russian language, ideology and political …
The papers in this collection were written as part of an advanced research project presented to the faculty of the U.S. Army Russian Institute from 1949 to 1981. Subjects covered pertain to the armed forces, political structure, ideology, economic system, history, literature and sociological characteristics of the Soviet Union and …
The legacy, goals and ideals of the Marshall Plan continue through the security education initiatives of the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies and the collections on this website reflect the roots of the Marshall Center.
The current environment provides a unique opportunity to fashion a world in the 21st century truly different from the past centuries of conflict of the era of the nation-state system. The Marshall Center exists to help educate those leaders from North America, Europe and Eurasia who will forge a brighter future for all nations.