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Our Future of Security programme is dedicated to analysing and addressing the most critical security issues impacting Central Europe and the world, with the focus on the nexus between emerging tech and security, NATO and EU defence integration, national security and terrorism. From GLOBSEC’s inception in 1993, the programme has composed a foundational element of the organization’s ethos. We are committed to engaging senior policymakers and renowned experts to deliver forward-looking ideas, elevate public discourse, and ultimately contribute policy and predictability to an uncertain world.

Press releases

Enough guns banner photo

Mass shootings are a thing that happens in the United States – not in Central Europe, and most certainly not in the little big city of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. Yet this is precisely what happened on Wednesday night. A lone shooter shot two men outside a café on a street near Bratislava’s Old Town. ...

on 14.10.2022

Publications

Ukraine and Russia flags

There is nothing novel about economic sanctions nor the use of “soft power” as a propaganda tool. The novelty in the West’s and Ukraine’s responses, however, regards their methods and applications; more specifically, the sanctions imposed against Russia have been unprecedented in both the scope and swiftness in...

on 10.10.2022

Project CRAAFT is an academic research and community-building initiative designed to build stronger, more coordinated counter-terrorist financing (CTF) capacity across the EU and in its

01.09.2022

Commentaries

Enough guns banner photo

Mass shootings are a thing that happens in the United States – not in Central Europe, and most certainly not in the little big city of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. Yet this is precisely what happened on Wednesday night. A lone shooter shot two men outside a café on a street near Bratislava’s Old Town. ...

on 14.10.2022

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