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Proceedings Estonian Academy of Security Sciences, 14 : Sustained Security
(Tallinn : Sisekaitseakadeemia, 2015, 2015)
The main issue is how to respond to recent developments, such as the migration crisis and problematic situations in neighbouring regions. Much has changed in the internal security situation compared to six months or a year ...
Proceedings Estonian Academy of Security Sciences, 12 : Connecting Security
(Tallinn : Sisekaitseakadeemia, 2013, 2013)
This renewed issue of the Proceedings is opened by a positive case study about the process of bringing the IT-Agency of the EU to Estonia, made in cooperation by Ketlin Jaani-Vihalem and Ramon Loik. The process of bringing ...
Proceedings Estonian Academy of Security Sciences, 19: Old and new threats – challenges for internal security
In our current issue, entitled ‘Old and New Threats – challenges for internal security’, eight articles with authors from Estonia, Poland, Romania, and the Czech Republic focus on different types of security threats and ...
Proceedings Estonian Academy of Security Sciences, 13 : Networked security
(Tallinn : Sisekaitseakadeemia, 2014, 2014)
The present issue of Proceedings is opened by a joint piece by Jako Vernik and Shvea Järvet comparing various approaches to set up voluntary maritime rescue motivators by state officials and by volunteers themselves. ...
Proceedings Estonian Academy of Security Sciences, 20: Security challenges during covid - 19 : lessons learned and perspectives
It is our great pleasure to introduce the current and twentieth issue of the Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Security Sciences. The Proceedings publish articles and studies which are predominantly focused on modern ...
Foreign (terrorist) fighters and their families in Finland, Sweden, Latvia, Lithuania, (northwestern) Russia and their impact on Estonia
Foreign terrorist fighters (the FTFs) or jihadist terrorists and their wives and children returning to their countries of origin after the fall of the ISIS caliphate in Syria has created a great pressure on the institutions ...