Security Implications of the Concept of Resilience. FALL 2020

The Fall 2020 issue of Connections: The Quarterly Journal presents a variety of security-related applications of the concept of resilience. Two articles address the relation to cybersecurity – one presenting a framework for assessing national cyber resilience, and the other the need to enhance the resilience of the armed forces to cyberattacks as one of the tools for hybrid warfare. Three articles look into the investment in resilience as a promising venue in peacebuilding and examine respectively the negative experience of stabilization missions, the roles of women and of advanced technology. The final two articles look at resilience, primarily at community level, in a post-conflict setting.

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This issue of Connections. The Quarterly Journal looks into a number of issues: professional military education and its role in deepening defense capabil­ities with a special focus on the South Caucasus, the defense cooperation of the South Caucasus nations with both Russia and NATO which may result in a new form of a ‘Great Game’ rivalry... Read More