enter site 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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Finland’s NATO Membership: An Opportunity Disappearing Beyond the Horizon?

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Each year, toward the end of November, excitement begins to build up among the Finnish foreign and defense policy cognoscenti, as the results of an...

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The Train of EU Defence Cooperation Moves on - End Station TBA

Kristi Raik,

With much fanfare, 23 EU member states have now formally announced their commitment to ‘permanent structured cooperation’ (PESCO) in the field of...

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14 November 2017

Poland and Ukraine: a Strategic Argument

Jevgeni Magda,

The rapid cooling of relations between Ukraine and Poland is not a bolt from the blue—in fact, they have occasionally been problematic before.

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Arming Ukraine: Capability Requirements—a View from Kyiv

International military-technical aid is currently one of the key factors that can transform Ukraine’s security and defence capabilities, primarily...

ICDS Contribution to The Riga Conference Papers 2017

ICDS research fellows Piret Pernik, Henrik Praks and Tomas Jermalavičius contributed to The Rīga Conference Papers 2017. Security in the Baltic Sea...

Russia’s Electronic Warfare Capabilities to 2025: Challenging NATO in the Electromagnetic Spectrum

“ICDS’s study could not be more timely. This is a professional work that catalogues the seriousness of the threat without being unduly alarmist. It is...
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