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Saxi, Håkon Lunde. 2018. "Norwegian Perspectives on Baltic Sea Security" In Strategic Challenges in the Baltic Region: Russia, Deterrence, and Reassurance, Edited by Ann-Sofie DahlSaxi, Håkon Lunde. 2018. "Norwegian Perspectives on Baltic Sea Security" In Strategic Challenges in the Baltic Region: Russia, Deterrence, and Reassurance, Edited by Ann-Sofie Dahl<p>​How should the countries in the Baltic Sea region and their allies meet the strategic challenges posed by an openly aggressive and expansionist Russia? NATO and the nonaligned states in the region are now more concerned about an external threat than they have been since the end of the Cold War. Russia has been probing air space, maritime boundaries, and even land borders from the Baltic republics to Sweden. Russia's undermining of Ukraine and annexation of Crimea worries former Soviet republics with Russian minority populations, nonaligned Sweden and Finland are enhancing their cooperation with NATO, and the Trump presidency has created some doubt about America's willingness to follow through on NATO's collective defense commitment. </p><p><a href="http://press.georgetown.edu/book/georgetown/strategic-challenges-baltic-sea-region" target="_blank">Go to Georgetown University Press.</a><br></p>
Boe, Ole, and Torgersen, Glenn-Egil (2018) "Norwegian “Digital Border Defense” and Competence for the Unforeseen: A Grounded Theory Approach"Boe, Ole, and Torgersen, Glenn-Egil (2018) "Norwegian “Digital Border Defense” and Competence for the Unforeseen: A Grounded Theory Approach"<p class="forsvaretElement-p">Our purpose in this article has been to investigate whether the Norwegian Armed Forces Cyber Defence (NAFCD) has what it takes in light of Strategic Competence Leadership (SCL) to develop a robust “digital border defense.” A digital border defense simply means that one has the ability to defend against different digital threats before they enter into one’s national territory (<a href="https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyg.2018.00555/full#B18">Forsvaret, 2018</a>).</p><p class="forsvaretElement-p">Most of the digital traffic in and out of Norway goes through high-speed fiber connections. This may render Norway susceptible to different types of digital threats. Examples of types of digital threats can be complex computer attacks that will affect the society at large and Norway’s defense capabilities, or communication between terrorists planning attacks in Norway (<a href="https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyg.2018.00555/full#B53">Norway Today, 2018</a>).<br></p><p class="forsvaretElement-p">Our research problem was how well prepared the NAFCD is for SCL and competence development for future competence needs, especially in relation to unforeseen events? Semi-structured interviews and document analyses of governance documents were used in the present study.<br></p>
Røseth, Tom. 2018. "Moscow’s Response to a Rising China: Russia’s Partnership Policies in Its Military Relations with Beijing"Røseth, Tom. 2018. "Moscow’s Response to a Rising China: Russia’s Partnership Policies in Its Military Relations with Beijing"<p>​<span style="color:#333333;font-family:"open sans", sans-serif;font-size:17.6px;">This article analyzes Moscow’s orientation toward Beijing. While China’s rise raises worries for most neighboring states, it appears that for Russia, security concerns vis-à-vis the United States and NATO outweigh other considerations. Russo–Chinese military cooperation has increased through high-tech arms trade, bilateral exercises, and improved border relations. The article asks whether Moscow is downplaying a pragmatic partnership policy in favor of a more permanent strategic approach in its military policies toward China. By pursuing arms sales and bilateral exercises, Russia allows for vulnerability in its cooperation with China, indicating a strategic partnership. At the same time, deployments along the common border point to safeguarding and pragmatic elements, revealing a not fully coherent strategy.</span><br></p>

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Saxi: The UK Joint Expeditionary Force (JEF)<img alt="" src="/media/PubImages/IFS%20Insights_5_2018_Saxi_ingress.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Saxi: The UK Joint Expeditionary Force (JEF)The UK and eight partner nations have developed a force capable of conducting a full-spectrum of operations. The JEF reinforces the close ties between this group of northern European states in order to meet the challenges of uncertain times.http://forsvaret.no/ifs/Publikasjoner/ifs-insights-kronologisk-(2010-)/saxi-the-uk-joint-expeditionary-force-(jef)
Oma & Bjerga: Avskrekkende snubletråd i Baltikum?<img alt="" src="/media/PubImages/IFS%20Insights_3_Bjerga-Oma_ingress.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Oma & Bjerga: Avskrekkende snubletråd i Baltikum?Bidrar NATOs forsterkede fremskutte nærvær i Baltikum til troverdig avskrekking av russisk aggresjon? Hva får Norge ut av militær deltakelse i Litauen?http://forsvaret.no/ifs/Publikasjoner/ifs-insights-kronologisk-(2010-)/avskrekking-snubletråd-baltikum
Tunsjø: The Return of Bipolarity in World Politics<img alt="" src="/media/PubImages/Oystein%20tungsjo%20bipolarity%20US%20china%20Ingress.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Tunsjø: The Return of Bipolarity in World PoliticsØystein Tunsjø shows why the international system has entered a new US-China bipolar system that differs from the previous US-USSR Cold War bipolar system. http://forsvaret.no/ifs/en/Publications/Books/tunsjo-usa-china-international-system

Publisert 23. juni 2015 12:23.. Sist oppdatert 16. februar 2018 13:50.