Security
International Security And Russian Energy Policy In The Southeast Europe
(Zagreb Security Forum 2016)
(Volume 17, Number 1-2, 2016.)
Constellation of threats to international security makes more complex the further fact that the conflicts of great and regional powers itself contain the possibility of using weapons of mass destruction. In this geopolitical turmoil raises the question about the fate of small countries. Southeast Europe is for many years epicenter of events in terms of energy policy and energy security, and it is evident that these trends will continue. Russian cancellation of the South Stream, as well as the US intention to build a South corridor gas pipeline in the area of Southeast Europe, represents a new strategic challenge to the security of the Republic of Serbia, as well as the whole southeastern Europe.
Article by: Darko Trifunović, Published: 09 lis 2016 10:29:00
Safety And Security In Nuclear Power Sector
(Zagreb Security Forum 2016)
(Volume 17, Number 1-2, 2016.)
Nuclear safety is aimed at preventing accidents while nuclear security is aimed at preventing intentional human acts that might cause accident in the nuclear facility. Consequently, safety is mainly a technical issue while security is mostly connected with intelligence. Both of them have the same goal which comprises protection of the nuclear facility, public and environment. However, safety and security in nuclear power sector have been treated separately. In recent years there is an initiative for their integration. The idea of combining safety and security is not very new but neither is straightforward to be achieved.The paper deals with some commonalities and differences between nuclear safety and nuclear security concepts and argues the roomfor their possible integration
Article by: Dejan Škanata; Nenad Debrecin, Published: 09 lis 2016 10:19:00
NATO Energy Security Centre Of Excellence
(Zagreb Security Forum 2016)
(Volume 17, Number 1-2, 2016.)
NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence (ENSEC COE) is located in Vilnius, Lithuania. It was established on July 10, 2012 and later accredited by the North Atlantic Council on October 12, 2012. The NATO ENSEC COE was established by Lithuania as a Framework Nation and by five other sponsoring NATO Nations: Estonia, France, Italy, Latvia and Turkey.
Article by: Gintaras Bagdonas; Patricia Orglerova, Published: 09 lis 2016 08:05:00
East Mediterranean Gas Cooperation And Security Challenges
Zagreb Security Forum 2016
(Volume 17, Number 1-2, 2016.)
The discovery of natural gas resources in the East Mediterranean promise important benefits of energy security and economic gains. A 2010 US geological survey showed that the Levantine basin - offshore Israel, Gaza, Lebanon, Syria and Cyprus - could hold as much as 120 trillion cubic feet, thus securing supply of energy not only for the countries of the region but also for Europe.
Article by: Antonia Dimou, Published: 09 lis 2016 04:52:00
The U.S. Commitment To Energy Security For All Of Europe
Zagreb Security Forum 2016
(Volume 17, Number 1-2, 2016.)
The United States is strongly committed to helping advance European energy security. This issue is one of our top priorities. Why do we care? It is in our interest to support the efforts of the European Union to advance a secure, sustainable, stable, transparent and integrated energy market with a diversity of energy types, sources, and delivery routes because we are convinced that such a common market will improve regional security, economic prosperity, and sustainability.
Article by: Michael R. Rousek, Published: 09 lis 2016 04:10:00

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