Aims to advance the transatlantic community’s strategic thinking on the security challenges facing the Baltic-Nordic region, from armed or cyber attacks to threats against social cohesion and energy security.

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Motivation through personal values: the Estonian Defence League, the Estonian Defence Forces and the Danish Home Guard

When we talk about personal values, we think of what is important to us. Values are defined in scholarly literature as objectives worth striving...

Nord Pool Spot and the Baltic Electricity Market: Difficulties and Successes at Achieving Regional Market Integration

In April 2010 the three Baltic transmission system operators (TSOs) — Augstsprieguma tīkls of Latvia, Elering of Estonia, and Litgrid of Lithuania —...

A Centre-Right Government Takes Over in Helsinki: New Finnish Defence and Security Policy in the Making?

The Finnish parliamentary elections held on 19 April 2015 produced a profound change in government in Helsinki. The old “Rainbow Government”, with its...
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