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International Security

International Security

The International Security Program deals with current issues of security in the Euro-Atlantic and Eurasian space. The main priority of this program is the research in areas concerning national security of the Slovak Republic, perception of security threats and challenges and the status of the Slovak Republic in international organizations such as NATO, EU, OSCE and UN. Further topics of research include the issues of frozen conflicts in the post-Soviet space, security policy of the USA and the Russian Federation and international terrorism together with other military and non-military aspects of security.

Experts

Events

19.03.2024  
Bratislava
22nd Annual Review Conference on the Foreign and European Policy of the Slovak Republic
22nd Annual Review Conference on the Foreign and European Policy of the Slovak Republic

The Annual Review Conference on the Foreign and European Policy of SR is a platform that has a special position in the public foreign policy debate. It is a space where those who bear constitutional and political responsibility for the foreign policy of this country regularly meet with those who are not indifferent to Slovakia's foreign policy. The standard of the event is a broad participation of the diplomatic corps. Traditionally, the event is attended by the highest constitutional officials.

Projects

NATO 2030 PROJECT
NATO 2030 PROJECT

The aim of the project is to analyse the conclusions of the reflection group published in the document NATO 2030: United for a New Era and to make recommendations. Results of the project as well as our active participation in ensuring the Alliance's security and defence are communicated continuously.

International Crisis Management
International Crisis Management

The project aims to revive the public debate on ICM in Slovak and Central European region, follow-up on existing outputs and, last but not least, bring an updated quantitative and qualitative view on this issue.

Protracted Conflicts in the OSCE Region: Innovative Approaches for Co-operation in the Conflict Zones
Protracted Conflicts in the OSCE Region: Innovative Approaches for Co-operation in the Conflict Zones

This project aims to provide a menu of innovative ways in which the international community can engage with all sides in the four so-called “frozen conflicts” – protracted conflicts on the territory of the former USSR that include the Karabakh, Abkhazia, South Ossetia, and Transdniestria conflicts.

Publications

What is the cost of disinformation? Main actors, strategic communication, and economic aspects of disinformation during the pandemics Miroslava Pisklová

The purpose of this publication is to bring information from research aimed not only at the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic but also at the misinformation and conspiracy narratives on the economy of Slovakia from 2020 to 2022 closer to both professional and lay audiences.

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