Political Analysis or Fortune-Telling by Crystal-Ball? Western Think Tanks' Challenges with Forecasting Putin's War
Lessons for NATO to Be Learned from Putin's War in Ukraine: Global Health Engagement, Interoperability, and Lethality
Excessive Brotherly Love? - 'Fraternity' of Russians and Ukrainians as a Russian Propaganda Narrative
The Impact of War on the Ukraine Military Education System: Moving Forward in War and Peace
Distorting Your Perception of Russia’s Aggression: How Can We Combat Information Warfare?
Russia's Gambit to Redefine the Current World Order
Neo-Authoritarianism and Leadership: Outcomes for Modern Ukraine
Leadership in the Defense and Security Sector in the 21st Century
Corruption as a Cybersecurity Threat in the New World Order
Historically, ensuring security depended on the state’s power and economic and military potential. Today’s state has to add one more component to the list of obligations – to protect the digitalized parts of the state and societal activities. Ensuring cybersecurity is one of the obligatory functions of modern countries to support and improve the system of holistic protection of society by the state.
Social Media – Hate Speech – Hate Crime
Nowadays, it is not uncommon for social media to include manifestations of hatred, misleading information, and elements of extremism or terrorism. We already observe that political and religious extremist groups use social media and networks to promote their ideology, recruit new members, demonstrate their power, and shock society with videos of wars as something commonplace and unavoidable. Society is already able to act against such use of social networks and its negative consequences. There are many ways to do so.