How do International Organisations (IOs) react to the new wave of complex challenges in their security environment? In particular, how will NATO react to remain relevant today and prepare for the future?
Written by Chonlawit Sirikupt, Gilles Wauters and Theodoros Kaloudiotis The continuous evolution of chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear weapons (CBRN) demands structural proliferation patterns in the European Defence systems. The…
The Norwegian Ministry of Defence, headed since 2017 by Frank Bakke-Jensen, released its latest Long Term Defence Plan on 17 April, 2020. These strategic reports, released every four years, are designed to ensure that the armed forces of Norway are well prepared and equipped for an ever-changing international security environment.
Hybrid warfare can involve attempts to influence the adversary’s society through legal means such as purchasing news agencies and strategic infrastructure, as well as through illegal spreading of mistrust such as undermining free and fair elections.
The digital revolution has dramatically changed the landscape in which military intelligence operates. This requires armed forces to develop their camouflage techniques. Source: ev / Unsplash