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...
4 September 2017
Russia’s military exercise Zapad-2017, which will be conducted jointly with Belarus, will be actively scrutinized by Western media channels, and...
23 August 2017
First on the Front Lines - the Role of Volunteers in Countering Russia's Military Aggression against Ukraine
Russia’s military aggression gave rise to many spontaneous social and economic developments in Ukraine.
5 July 2017
Building Capacity for the EU Global Strategy
A degraded security situation, the Brexit referendum and the election of a US President at best indifferent to European security matters have led the...
15 June 2017
A Plausible Scenario of Nuclear War in Europe, and How to Deter It
A special issue of Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists published an article co-authored by ICDS Director Jüri Luik and Head of Studies Tomas...
13 May 2017
Desynch or Sink: A Political Analysis of Baltic Electricity Desynchronization
The electricity grids of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania are still synchronised with Russia and Belarus in the framework of the so-called BRELL...
12 May 2017
Boosting the Deterrent Effect of Allied Enhanced Forward Presence
At the Warsaw Summit in July 2016, NATO allies decided to establish an enhanced forward presence (eFP) on the territory of the Baltic states and...