2 February 2018
Security Sector Reform, Resilience Building and Civil Society in Ukraine
“You cannot have a resilient society without civil society.”
Hanna Hopko, Chairwoman of the Foreign Affairs Committee, Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine (Par...
1 February 2018
Those very few countries who align themselves with Russia are almost habitually written off by Western observers as hopeless cases when it comes to...
4 January 2018
Women in the Estonian Defence Forces: Motivation, Attitudes, Experience and Challenges
“Women officers, NCOs and conscripts should become an ordinary sight, not an extraordinary phenomenon in Estonia. In the present-day high-tech...
20 December 2017
European Deterrence Initiative: Bolstering the Defence of the Baltic States
On Tuesday, December 12, 2017, U.S. President Donald Trump signed the FY18 National Defence Authorisation Act (NDAA) into law.
18 December 2017
Policy Brief “EU-NATO Cybersecurity and Defence Cooperation: From Common Threats to Common Solutions”
On 15 December The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) published a policy brief “EU-NATO Cybersecurity and Defence Cooperation: From...
21 November 2017
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...
9 October 2017
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...
18 September 2017
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...