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THE BALTIC SEA REGION - IN NEED OF A MORE TOTAL DEFENSE

@inproceedings{Petersson2017THEBS,
  title={THE BALTIC SEA REGION - IN NEED OF A MORE TOTAL DEFENSE},
  author={Tom Petersson},
  year={2017}
}
Abstract : This is a paper about the security situation in the Baltic Sea region. Its thesis is that when it comes to the security situation there, the Western responses to Russias actions can be characterized as too little, too slow. Further actions are suggested, here framed as Total Defense, including more resilient Psychological Defense, recognizing the threat and defending against it with civilian cyber security capabilities as well as quick, reliable, transparent information, and… 

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