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Theory and Current Practice of Deterrence in International Security (1)
A Special Relationship: U.S. and NATO Engagement with the Partnership for Peace to Build Partner Capacity Through Education (1)
Implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic on China’s Belt and Road Initiative (1)
Постсоветские государства между Россией и ЕС: возрождение геополитического соперничества? Двойственная перспектива Т.Лукиа Мога; Д. Алексеев (1)
Countering Ideological Support for Terrorism in Europe: Muslim Brotherhood and Hizb ut-Tahrir – Allies or Enemies? (1)
U.S. Policy in the South Caucasus (1)
Исламское государство входит в старую теплицу Аль-Каиды: Афганистан и Пакистан М.Канва Шейх (1)
NATO Crisis Management: Cooperation with PfP Partners and Other International Organizations (1)
Hybrid Warfare and the Changing Character of Conflict (1)
A Gaming Approach to Enhancing Defense Resource Allocation (1)
The Western Balkan Countries in the Face of the Covid-19 Pandemic: Policy Recommendations (1)
Responding to the Post 9/11 Structural and Operational Challenges of Global Jihad (1)
DCAF’s Activities in Support of Effective and Democratically Transparent Defense Planning (1)
Energy Security: A Paradigm Shift (1)
Russia and Montenegro: How and Why a Centuries’ Old Relationship Ruptured (1)
Future Visions of NATO Partnerships and Cooperation Programs (1)
Heirs of Abu Bakr: On the Ideology and Conception of History in al-Qaeda and Islamic State (1)
The Comprehensive Approach: NATO Responses from an Operational Standpoint – The Case of Afghanistan (1)
The Evolution of Resilience (1)
The Role of the Armed Forces of the United Kingdom in Securing the State Against Terrorism (1)
Terrorism’s Evolution: Yesterday, Today, and Forever (1)
COVID-19 in the Central Asian Region: National Responses and Regional Implications (1)
Human Trafficking in South Eastern Europe (1)
Службы безопасности и парламентские комиссии для расследования в Германии: прозрачность или конфиденциальность S. von Münchow (1)
Cross-domain Coercion as Russia’s Endeavor to Weaken the Eastern Flank of NATO: A Latvian Case Study (1)