9 May 2018
A Route to National Resilience: Building Whole-of-Society Security in Ukraine
Civil society is widely acknowledged as an important ingredient of democracy and a bulwark against authoritarianism.
4 May 2018
Macron and Merkel in the White House: Back to Interests and Bilateral Relations Driven International Politics
Last week, French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel visited the White House. While President Macron was greeted with a...
3 May 2018
News Audio and Video
Kalev Stoicescu Interview on CCD COE and Locked Shield 2018
ICDS Research Fellow Kalev Stoicescu gave an interview in the Russian language ETV+ morning program on CCD COE and the cyber defence exercise Locked...
3 May 2018
Piret Pernik Quoted in "La Vanguardia" Article
On 29 April La Vanguardia, a leading daily newspaper in Catalonia that is printed both in Spanish and Catalan, published an article entitled ”Las...
25 April 2018
Free, But Not Fair Elections in Hungary – Further Crackdown on Civil Society is Likely
On 8 April 2018, parliamentary elections were held in Hungary.
23 April 2018
Poland: the End of Democracy?
In April, cinemas across Poland began to screen a new black comedy film Mug (Twarz in Polish), a relatively obvious criticism of the power of the...
19 April 2018
Russia’s Evolving Electronic Warfare Capability: Unlocking Asymmetric Potential
Since first initiating the reforms of the Russian Armed Forces in the fall of 2008, Moscow has developed a number of complimentary niche capabilities.
11 April 2018
Conscription – The Enduring Loophole in French Political Culture
France and conscription have a flawed, nostalgic relationship.