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Digital Europa Thesaurus European security globalisation
PAGE | 11 December 2020
Environmental security is increasingly dominating national and international agendas, shifting defense and geopolitical paradigms. Worldwide, the number of displacements associated with natural disasters is considerably higher than that of those...
PAGE | 30 March 2020
Cybersecurity has evolved into an unconventional warfare on a multidimensional, multilayered, and asymmetric battlespace. For instance, as cyber-weapons and unmanned sensors and vehicles are becoming key military elements, critical...
PAGE | 30 March 2020
The combination of thought and feelings with the capability of new technologies and data availability became the most powerful weapon, available to almost anyone interested, increasing the potential of SIMAD (Single...
PAGE | 18 February 2020
The countries forecasted to have the world's most powerful armies in 2030 are: India, France, Russia, USA, and China (Global Firepower ranking for 2020 military strength...
ONLINE RESOURCE | 18 February 2020
While terrorism is not a new phenomenon, future terrorists groups in general and lone wolf terrorists in particular will rise the security threats and challenges at new levels...
PAGE | 7 June 2019
Never before have technological advances had so great an impact on security; not only increasing the nature and level of threats, but also for the possibility of providing the means to address...
PAGE | 18 December 2018
Globalisation, migration, geopolitical shifts, changing nature and balance of power, and increasing access of individuals to technological and social resources, have raised the world’s vulnerabilities to new levels...
ONLINE RESOURCE | 18 December 2018
Cyber blitzkrieg on electricity and other critical infrastructure threat reduction should include: compliance with unbreakability standards; theorems should no longer be partial compliance...