The Baltic Sea Region: Hard and Soft Security Reconsidered
The Baltic Sea Region: Hard and Soft Security Reconsidered/ Ed. by Māris Andžāns, Ilvija Bruģe. – Rīga: Latvian Institute of International Affairs, 2016. – 208 p.
The Baltic Sea region has experienced profound alterations since the Cold War, and the region’s course of evolution is likely to continue as such. The book “The Baltic Sea Region: Hard and Soft Security Reconsidered” provides a collection of opinions that assess the current situation both in the military as well as non-military fields, with a particular focus on the aftermath of the 2016 NATO Warsaw summit and the state of the play of the regional infrastructure interconnections. The book is the result of successful collaboration between the Latvian Institute of International Affairs, the Public Diplomacy Division of NATO, the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung and the Nordic Council of Ministers.
This publication is an effort of the Latvian Institute of International Affairs with support by Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, NATO Public Diplomacy Division and Nordic Council of Ministers’ Office in Latvia.
The opinions expressed here are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the positions of the Latvian Institute of International Affairs or any of the sponsors, or represent the opinion of any government authority or ministry.