Hier finden Sie wissenschaftliche Publikationen aus den Fraunhofer-Instituten.

Evolving Concept of Security: D8.2 – Case study on South-Eastern Europe

: Jovanovic, Milos; Ratchev, Valeri; Tagarev, Todor; Petkov, Vesselin; Todorova, Antonia; Elman, Pinar

Fulltext urn:nbn:de:0011-n-3642753 (1.2 MByte PDF)
MD5 Fingerprint: db6ede60306142461cc318c58a3eccca
Created on: 3.11.2015

Euskirchen: Fraunhofer INT, 2015, 63 pp.
European Commission EC
The evolving concept of security: A critical evaluation across four dimensions
Report, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer INT ()
case study; evolving concept of security; perceptions of security

The present deliverable reports on the evolving concepts of security of Bulgaria, Serbia and Turkey. It does so in the form of national (or country) case studies which are then aggregated into a regional case study on South-Eastern Europe. The methodology used is based on the EvoCS deliverables 3.1 “Finalised analytical framework” and 4.1 “Tools for methodological support: templates, criteria and IT requirements” (see references section). Each national (and the regional) case study reports on key core values, security challenges, main levels of action, main actors, historical trajectory of the evolving concepts of security, and trends for the near future. The abstract of these results can be found below in Table 1. The final chapter of this report summarises the profiles, gives the key findings and formulates recommendations for security decision makers and other relevant stakeholders. This report is one of four, the others covering the regions of North-Western Europe, West-Mediterranean Europe and the Eastern EUborder. The final deliverable 9.1 “Final report on the evolving concept of security” gives a synopsis of all regional case studies.