Countering corruption

Countering corruption

Prevention of corruption and conflict of interests

Corruption as a Cybersecurity Threat in the New World Order

Holovkin, Bohdan M., Oleksii V. Tavolzhanskyi, and Oleksandr V. Lysodyed. "Corruption as a Cybersecurity Threat in the New World Order." Connections: The Quarterly Journal 20, no. 2 (2021): 75-87.

Introduction

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.[1] 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.

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Cross-domain Coercion as Russia’s Endeavor to Weaken the Eastern Flank of NATO: A Latvian Case Study

Jeżewski, Rosław. "Cross-domain Coercion as Russia’s Endeavor to Weaken the Eastern Flank of NATO: A Latvian Case Study." Connections: The Quarterly Journal 18, no. 1 (2019): 43-60.

Introduction

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