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Meet your new cyber policeman – the Russian authorities strengthen their grip on social media

The Russian Duma put forth a new draft for a bill regulating social media in April. The initiative has far reaching consequences for both the social media outlets and end users. When looking at the broader perspective of new legislation…

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When the Great Reserve Crisis unfolds: Strategic reserve repositories as quintessential backups in future crises

FACING DAMAGING SCARCITY LEVELS: THE NEED TO PREPARE Resource conflicts have been documented for centuries. Historical sieges on towns or fortified centers of political and military power would often test the battered adversary’s limit to remain self-sufficient and provide sufficient…

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Ten years after: Is Kosovo an inextricable knot?

Tomorrow marks ten years since Kosovo’s declaration of independence – a pivotal event that precipitated geopolitical and juridical issues. Accordingly, when twenty-two European Union member states on February 17, 2008 swiftly chose to recognize Kosovo’s independence, it quickly affected the…

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The destruction of online privacy: the case against Telegram

In a world of rampant terrorism, fear dominates the agenda and consequently, the individual privacy of citizens are being questioned. Should we trade our rights for alleged safety? National security agencies promote the discourse that they need more means, both…

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Capitalizing on Insecurity – Who is left when no one else wants to do the job?

The security industry is booming globally. In the international strive for global peace and stability, governments depend more and more on private contractors to ensure their foreign policy goals are met. However, oftentimes foreign security forces are not welcomed abroad…

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Reflections from Mons: On NATO, the cyber domain and its implications

Nearly two months have passed since the YATA Denmark delegation visited Mons, Belgium, to attend NIAS 2017 Cyber Security Summit. This came as the second NIAS to be held after NATO recognized cyber as an operational domain of war in…