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Journal on baltic security 6건

  1. [해외논문]   The Consequences of Perceived (In)security and Possible Coping Strategies of Lithuanian People in the Context of External Military Threats  

    Geč , ienė , -Janulionė , , Ingrida
    Journal on baltic security v.4 no.1 ,pp. 5 - 14 , 2018 , 2382-9222 ,

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    Abstract In recent years, Lithuania's changing geopolitical environment because of the military conflict between Russia and Ukraine has increased the potential military threat that inevitably affects the subjective perception of security of the population. Based on the data from representative surveys and interviews conducted in 2014 and 2016, the article examines Lithuanians' subjective perception of external military threats in the new geopolitical context, the impact of this perception on their coping strategies and the factors that have an impact on the selection of these strategies. The article is based onBuzan's (1983,1991,2007)theoretical insights into subjective security and the sociological subjective security analysis approach ofInglehart and Norris (2012), applying it to the practically unexplored subjective response (strategies chosen by individuals) to the research into the field of military threat field. These two theoretical approaches allow the analysis of how a country's population comprehends threats to its security amid a changing geopolitical context and the examination of the impact of different groups and approaches in society when selecting coping strategies. The article argues that the perception of security changes over time, as following the events that created the feeling of insecurity in the first place, the feeling of security again starts to rise gradually. In addition, knowledge of not only the current geopolitical context but also the historical experience is important, as in societies that have undergone radical political transformations, attitudes towards the existing democratic and former Soviet regimes play a rather major part in determining subjective security. The subjective security of different social groups and their selected coping strategies also differ, as it is the most vulnerable social groups that feel least safe. The least vulnerable social groups are most inclined to defend their country, whereas more vulnerable groups choose to be passive or to look after themselves and their families first and foremost.

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  2. [해외논문]   Does Latvia Matter in Regional Geopolitics?  

    Lamoreaux, Jeremy W. (Brigham Young University - Idaho, Rexburg, ID, USA) , Dyerly, Nicholas
    Journal on baltic security v.4 no.1 ,pp. 15 - 23 , 2018 , 2382-9222 ,

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    Abstract As early as 1994, scholars, analysts and policymakers began to wonder the extent to which the Baltic States mattered in the relationship between Russia and the West. The general consensus for the following 20 years was that the Baltic States matter considerably, especially following their inclusion in both the EU and NATO in 2004. However, in the past few years two trends have emerged which begin to call this accepted knowledge into question. First, the relationship between Russia and the West has turned more hostile following nearly 20 years of detente. The West insists (especially NATO) insists that it is within its right to protect states that were formerly part of the Soviet Union/Russia's “near abroad”. Russia, on the other hand, insists that NATO incursion into the “shared neighborhood” is a violation of trust and overstepping normal geopolitical bounds. Second, the Baltic States who once presented something of a united front for the West against Russia, no longer appear to have a common approach to foreign policy. While Estonia leans toward Scandinavia, and Lithuania leans toward Poland and Ukraine, Latvia is a bit of an odd man out with nowhere to turn. Furthermore, even other states in the Shared Neighborhood no longer seem to see Latvia as a valuable ally within the West. Considering this state of affairs, this paper considers whether Latvia matters anymore in regional geopolitics, or whether they are losing relevance.

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  3. [해외논문]   China and the Baltic States: strategic challenges and security dilemmas for Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia  

    Scott, David
    Journal on baltic security v.4 no.1 ,pp. 25 - 37 , 2018 , 2382-9222 ,

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    Abstract The article considers traditional and non-traditional security concerns faced by the Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania in the face of China's increasing presence. Consequently the article first considers the geo-economic challenges posed to these Baltic States through the China and Central and East Europe Countries (CCEEC) grouping, and China's Silk Road Economic Belt (SREB) initiative. This economic leverage translates to political leverage able to be exerted on the Baltic states by China, with regard to human rights and the issue of the Dalai Lama. Moreover, such mechanisms and Chinese financing serves to politically divide the Baltic states, and also divides EU solidarity vis-A-vis China. Finally there are the conventional security issues posed to the Baltic states in the Russia-China naval exercises carried out in Baltic waters in 2017; with China's role in effect providing implicit support and legitimisation of explicit Russian threats in the Baltic. It concludes by suggesting alternative infrastructure routings to at least reduce the threat of Russian interference.

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  4. [해외논문]   'Belarus - a significant chess piece on the chessboard of regional security  

    Piss, Piotr
    Journal on baltic security v.4 no.1 ,pp. 39 - 54 , 2018 , 2382-9222 ,

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    Abstract Belarus is often considered as 'the last authoritarian state in Europe' or the 'last Soviet Republic'. Belarusian policies are not a popular research topic. Over the past years, the country has made headlines mostly as a regime violating human rights. Since the Russian aggression on Ukraine, Belarus has been getting renewed attention. Minsk was the scene of a series of talks that aim at stopping the ongoing war in Ukraine. Western media, scholars and society got a reminder that Eastern Europe was not a conflict-free zone. This article puts military security policy of Belarus into perspective by showing that Belarus 'per se' is not a threat for neighboring countries; Belarus dependency towards Russia is huge; thus, Minsk has a small capability to run its own independent security policy; military potential of Belarus is significant in the region, but gap in equipment and training between NATO and Belarus is really more; it is in the interest of Western countries to keep the Lukashenko's regime in Belarus.

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  5. [해외논문]   The Missing Chapter. Seapower and the Baltic Sea. Review of Admiral James Stravidis, USN (Ret.) (2017) Sea Power: The History and Geopolitics of the World's Oceans. New York: Penguin Press  

    Combes, William
    Journal on baltic security v.4 no.1 ,pp. 55 - 57 , 2018 , 2382-9222 ,

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    Abstract Belarus is often considered as 'the last authoritarian state in Europe' or the 'last Soviet Republic'. Belarusian policies are not a popular research topic. Over the past years, the country has made headlines mostly as a regime violating human rights. Since the Russian aggression on Ukraine, Belarus has been getting renewed attention. Minsk was the scene of a series of talks that aim at stopping the ongoing war in Ukraine. Western media, scholars and society got a reminder that Eastern Europe was not a conflict-free zone. This article puts military security policy of Belarus into perspective by showing that Belarus 'per se' is not a threat for neighboring countries; Belarus dependency towards Russia is huge; thus, Minsk has a small capability to run its own independent security policy; military potential of Belarus is significant in the region, but gap in equipment and training between NATO and Belarus is really more; it is in the interest of Western countries to keep the Lukashenko's regime in Belarus.

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  6. [해외논문]   Time for honest defence. Review of Thomas-Durell Young. 2017. Anatomy of post-communist European defence institutions: the mirage of military modernity  

    Polekauskas, Dalius
    Journal on baltic security v.4 no.1 ,pp. 59 - 61 , 2018 , 2382-9222 ,

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    Abstract Belarus is often considered as 'the last authoritarian state in Europe' or the 'last Soviet Republic'. Belarusian policies are not a popular research topic. Over the past years, the country has made headlines mostly as a regime violating human rights. Since the Russian aggression on Ukraine, Belarus has been getting renewed attention. Minsk was the scene of a series of talks that aim at stopping the ongoing war in Ukraine. Western media, scholars and society got a reminder that Eastern Europe was not a conflict-free zone. This article puts military security policy of Belarus into perspective by showing that Belarus 'per se' is not a threat for neighboring countries; Belarus dependency towards Russia is huge; thus, Minsk has a small capability to run its own independent security policy; military potential of Belarus is significant in the region, but gap in equipment and training between NATO and Belarus is really more; it is in the interest of Western countries to keep the Lukashenko's regime in Belarus.

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