South-East Europe

Blending New-generation Warfare and Soft Power: Hybrid Dimensions of Russia-Bulgaria Relations

Hadjitodorov, Stefan, and Martin Sokolov. "Blending New-generation Warfare and Soft Power: Hybrid Dimensions of Russia-Bulgaria Relations." Connections: The Quarterly Journal 17, no. 1 (2018): 5-20.

Introduction

Following Russia’s illegal annexation of Crimea in 2014 the popularity of the term ‘hybrid warfare’ increased significantly. Albeit many scholars and strategists have addressed this topic since the 90s, it has also become part of the lexicon of journalists, politicians, and the general public.

Bosnia and Herzegovina and Terrorism 1996-2011: Defining the Threat, Devising Counterterrorism Strategy

A Look Back at NATO’s 1999 Kosovo Campaign: A Questionably "Legal" but Justifiable Exception?

Steinke, Ralph R.. "A Look Back at NATO’s 1999 Kosovo Campaign: A Questionably "Legal" but Justifiable Exception?" Connections: The Quarterly Journal 14, no. 4 (2015): 43-55.

Ralph R. Steinke *

If one can say of any war that it is ethical, or that it is being waged for ethical reasons, then it is true of this war.

                                                                                                                  ~ Vaclav Havel, April 29, 1999

Evolving Security Concepts: The Premium on Governance in the Case of Bulgaria

Bulgaria: Information on Capabilities, Organisations, Policies, and Legislation in Crisis Management and Disaster Response

Tagarev, Todor, Petya Ivanova, and Nataly Ivanova. Bulgaria: Information on Capabilities, Organisations, Policies, and Legislation in Crisis Management and Disaster Response In IT4Sec Reports. Sofia: Institute of Information and Communication Technologies, 2015.
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Reforming the Security Sectors in South Eastern Europe: Lessons Learned and their Relevance for a Wider Black Sea Area Policy

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