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D.S.M. Conference | Constantin Ionescu: The human resource issue is Romania’s second greatest vulnerability
D.S.M. Conference | General (ret.) Constantin Degeratu: In order to defend its national identity, Romania must first set its national security clearly
D.S.M. Conference | Iulian Fota: In political parties’ program, national security is not even mentioned
D.S.M. Conference | General (ret.) Teodor Frunzeti: Due to the situation in the Black Sea Region, it was felt the need to elaborate a special strategy for Romania
D.S.M. Conference | General (ret.) Stefan Danila: The fact that we do not have people in compulsory military service led to a rift in society
D.S.M. Conference | General (ret.) Teodor Frunzeti: Allotting 2% of GDP for defence is not optimal. The budgetary implementation is important
D.S.M. Conference | Adrian Sarbu: A “culture of national security” is necessary
DSM Conference | General Gheorghe Savu: The emergent threats are, for everyone, the cyber-attacks
Adrian Sarbu: Let's talk about national security/ We even gave up history many times
October 3rd 2019- Defence and Security Monitor Conference- The national security policy- from strategic thinking to security and defence institutions
The recovery/liberation of hostages – a complementary mission of the Special Operations Forces
Improvised explosive devices and suicide attacks- asymmetrical tactics strategically used by insurgents in conflicts areas
US and Iran. Between war and peace in the Middle East
A Chinese concept for the 21st century: Three wars, no fight
How long will China wait to take over Taiwan?
Conspiracy theories are increasing extremism- a new FBI thesis
The US Intelligence Community- between expertise and loyalty
Ambitious projects for US’s defence- MARS and JEDI
On how to decode the defence budget
Misinformation – an old Russian story with “seven tenets”. And a new one, in the electoral spring of Lithuania and Germany
A populist in NATO’s yard. The North-Atlantic Alliance in the Trump Era
US, Israel and the Arab world- Palestine’s future?
Yemen: The battle for Aden. South’s secession?
European Union’s strategy autonomy or big powers’ game illusion
US and EU caught in Hormuz Strait's bonds
Three quarters of a century since Bretton Woods. Are we now witnessing the disintegration of the liberal world order?
The European Army, more than a stone thrown in the lake that we all jumped in for
The forgotten values of national security
The EU strategic autonomy- between responsibility and emancipation
Europe’s security gets trapped in the Russia-US confrontation