follow link 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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ICDS Researcher Presented on Estonian Experience in Belgrade

 Ivo Juurvee

On 15-16 November International Republican Institute’s Beacon Project and the Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies hosted a roundtables under unifying name “Forgotten Frontiers: Raising awareness on the threat to Central-Eastern Europe and the Balkans”

ICDS head of Security & Resilience Programme participated in the roundtable concentrating on foreign hostile influence activities, hybrid threats and possible countermeasures with Edit Zgut (Political Capital Institute), Katarína Klingová (Globsec Policy Institute) and Donara Barojan (Digital Forensics Lab). The event was second in the series and this time brought together think tankers and opinion leaders mainly from the Balkans.



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In discussing disinformation as a component of contemporary military conflicts, it is necessary to point out three key issues.

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Ensuring Continued Allied Presence in Estonia: The Importance of Deploying an Estonian Contingent to Mali

The Enhanced Forward Presence (eFP) of allied troops in NATO’s north-eastern flank (Baltic States and Poland), as decided at the Warsaw Summit in July...

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The Outcome of the Finnish Presidential Elections: Don’t Fix It If It Ain’t Broke

The Finnish voters have spoken. In the presidential elections held on Sunday 28 January 2018, they gave the current President of the Republic, Mr....
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