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CSS Policy Perspectives present the assessments of CSS experts and internationally-renowned guest authors on current security issues. They are generated on an event-driven basis, with the objective of translating the academic excellence of the CSS into policy-relevant analyses and recommendations. Policy Perspectives are directed towards an international audience and are therefore, published in English.

Donbas and the democracy dilemma in de facto states

Donbas and the democracy dilemma in de facto states

Author(s): Nicolas Bouchet
Series: CSS Policy Perspectives
Publisher(s): ETH Zurich Center for Security Studies (CSS)
Publication Year: 2016

Promoting Salafi Political Participation

Promoting Salafi Political Participation

Author(s): Jean-Nicolas Bitter, Owen Frazer
Series: CSS Policy Perspectives
Publisher(s): ETH Zurich Center for Security Studies (CSS)
Publication Year: 2016

Nord Stream 2: Trust in Europe

Nord Stream 2: Trust in Europe

Author(s): Severin Fischer
Series: CSS Policy Perspectives
Publisher(s): ETH Zurich Center for Security Studies (CSS)
Publication Year: 2016

Time to seize the Greek opportunity

Time to seize the Greek opportunity

Author(s): Matthias Bieri, Zoran Nechev
Series: CSS Policy Perspectives
Publisher(s): ETH Zurich Center for Security Studies (CSS)
Publication Year: 2016

Russia’s “Militarization” of Colour Revolutions

Russia’s “Militarization” of Colour Revolutions

Author(s): Nicolas Bouchet
Series: CSS Policy Perspectives
Publisher(s): ETH Zurich Center for Security Studies (CSS)
Publication Year: 2016

 
 
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30.08.2016
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