Defense policy and planning

Balancing Defense and Civil Support Tasks: The Impact of Covid-19 on the Bulgarian Military’s Roles

Deterrence and Defense at the Eastern Flank of NATO and the EU: Readiness and Interoperability in the Context of Forward Presence

Shalamanov, Velizar, Pavel Anastasov, and Georgi Tsvetkov. "Deterrence and Defense at the Eastern Flank of NATO and the EU: Readiness and Interoperability in the Context of Forward Presence." Connections: The Quarterly Journal 18, no. 1 (2019): 25-42.

NATO Presence in Eastern Europe after the Changes of 1989 [1]

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Britain and the Common Security and Defense Policy of the European Union

Tsertsvadze, Irina. "Britain and the Common Security and Defense Policy of the European Union." Connections: The Quarterly Journal 16, no. 3 (2017): 73-86.

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Towards More Effective Cooperation? The Role of States in Shaping NATO-EU Interaction and Cooperation

Aghniashvili, Tinatin. "Towards More Effective Cooperation? The Role of States in Shaping NATO-EU Interaction and Cooperation." Connections: The Quarterly Journal 15, no. 4 (2016): 67-90.

 

Introduction

In the 21st century the international system faces extremely dynamic, multifac­eted and complex threats and challenges which require a comprehensive and holistic approach to be tackled. There are no purely military or civilian solutions to the challenges; combination and rational use of the existing capabilities by the institutions and states seems to be the only option leading to a more peaceful world.

From Wales to Warsaw and Beyond: NATO’s Strategic Adaptation to the Russian Resurgence on Europe’s Eastern Flank

The Relevance of Clausewitz’s Theory of War to Contemporary Conflict Resolution

Čajić, Jasmin. "The Relevance of Clausewitz’s Theory of War to Contemporary Conflict Resolution." Connections: The Quarterly Journal 15, no. 1 (2016): 72-78.
 

It is not what we have thought, but rather how we have thought it, that we consider to be our contribution to theory.

Tiha von Ghyczy, Bolko von Oetinger, and Christopher Bassford [1]

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