How Important is International Intelligence Cooperation to Counter Terrorism within ASEAN?
Just Wars, or Just Fallacies: The Case for Ideologies, Cognitive Bias, and Wars
Neutrality Law in a Comparative Perspective: Austria, Switzerland, Finland
Future Generations and New Challenges: Leadership in Times of the VUCA World
Ukraine, the Budapest Memorandum and the Question of Nuclear "Inheritance"
Strategic Communication and Security Force Assistance: Critical Components for Ukrainian Success?
Technological Hype of New Nuclear Delivery Systems – The Neglect of the Concept of Deterrence
The Art of Leadership – Unusual Connection of Two Worlds
Katar, der Golfkooperationsrat und das soziokulturelle wie politische Dasein am Golf
Integrating Artificial Intelligence, New Technologies, and the Metaverse to Enhance Naval Leadership
Sectoral Qualifications Framework for the Military Officer Profession: Models of Application
Combined Arms Warfare As the Key to Success On the Contemporary Battlefield?
Russia-China's Information Warfare in a Changing Global Order
Opinion: Canada’s Indo-Pacific Strategy
Russlands Krieg in der Ukraine aus der Perspektive hybrider Kriegsführung
Financing of Terrorism and the Characteristics of a Terrorist Group
Leadership of the New Military Generations - Premises and Predictions
Russian Arctic Strategy and NATO Enlargement: Perceived Challenges and Possible Responses
Die Notwendigkeit der Inneren Führung und eines effektiven Führungsmanagements
Education of Military Officer Cadets During the COVID-19 Pandemic
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