Violence, victimization and attitude towards democracy in Latin America

GESI Analysis 6/2018

Abstract: The present work has the objective of examining whether there is a correlation, on the one hand, between violence and attitude towards democracy and, on the other, between victimization and attitude towards democracy.

For this purpose, Latin America is taken as the geographical area and the period 2005 - 2015. Also, two hypotheses are proposed and comments will be made on how many cases are confirmed.

Culture, Security, and Strategy: Analysis Framework for Understanding Military Development in the Context of 9/11

In recent times, in the field of international relations, there has emerged an academic current that has revived the thinking of French sociologist Pierre Bourdieu to reformulate various fundamental concepts, from the study of everyday practices, symbolic structures, and conflict arenas in which various actors define the course of world politics.

Political and social trends in the future of global security. A meta-study on official perspectives in Europe and North America

Academic Papers

The present paper carries out a meta-study regarding security and defence foresight documents by the Atlantic Alliance, European Union and various official bodies linked to the Defence Ministries of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom and United States. 

The Role of Religion and Values in Russian Policies: The Case of Hybrid Warfare

GESI Analysis, 42/2017

Abstract: This article analyses the role of religion and moral values in the framework of Russian policies, the Kremlin intent to attract “people’s hearts, minds and souls” in different places all over the world, and the moral dimension of Moscow hybrid warfare against the West.