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Is Russian Military Back on It’s Feet

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Russia’s Hybrid War in Theory and Practice

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Estonia And UNIFIL: The Benefits to a Small State of UN Peacekeeping

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Ukraine‘s deterrence failure: Lessons for the Baltic States

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Changes in Security Policy and Perceptions of the Baltic States 2014 – 2016

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Reconciling after Transitional Justice: When Prosecutions are not Enough, the Case of Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Introduction: Congressional Views on NATO Enlargement: Limited Domestic Interest with Few Votes to Gain

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NATO in Europe: Between Weak European Allies and Strong Influence of Russian Federation

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Same Old (Macro-) Securitization? A Comparison of Political Reactions to Major Terrorist Attacks in the United States and France

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The Baltic Sea Macro-Regional Transport Cluster as an Element of the Silk Road Economic Belt

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