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NATO, EU and the New Risks: A Southeast Europe Perspective
The present publication summarizes the discussions at the international conference NATO, EU and the New Risks: A Southeast Europe Perspective held on October 29-30, 2004 in Sofia. more »
 
Taming the Arsenal: Small Arms and Light Weapons in Bulgaria
The report summarizes the findings of a research conducted on questions relating to small arms and light weapons in Bulgaria from July to November 2004. more »
 
Migration and Internal Security. Challenges to the Immigration Policies of the EU and Bulgaria (available only in Bulgarian)
Traditionally, migration processes are examined in the context of the labor market, humanitarian crises or social integration. The present study reveals a new dimension of migration which is considered one of the new security risks. more »
 
Partners in Crime: The Risk of Symbiosis between the Security Sector and Organized Crime in Southeast Europe
The report is a necessary contribution to heightening public awareness of the considerable risks arising from criminal partnership within the security sector in Bulgaria and the Western Balkans and the need for measures to counteract and prevent it. more »
 
Weapons under Scrutiny
The report concludes that despite the evolution of Bulgaria’s arms export controls and its relatively clean record, compared to most of the 1990s, there is still room for improvement. The best approach to tackling all the issues raised in this report is through stricter implementation of the new export control mechanism adopted in 2002. more »
 
Shaping a Common Security Agenda for Southeast Europe
The document summarizes the speeches that were delivered and the discussions that took place during the international conference Shaping a Common Security for Southast Europe - New Approaches and Shared Responsibilities held on 5-6 September, 2003 in Sofia. more »
 
Counter-Terrorism Measures of the Republic of Bulgaria
The CSD and Ministry of Foreign Affairs collected the main official documents related to the suppression of terrorism which had been adopted by the Bulgarian government and the UN Security Council. more »
 
Policy Report on the Implications for Bulgaria of Regional Cooperation and the Stability Pact for Southeast Europe
The paper does not provide an exhaustive coverage of Stability Pact project areas - a task completed through various other mechanisms elsewhere – but rather an emphasis of the common approaches still missing in the implementation of Pact objectives, as seen from a Bulgarian perspective. The paper thus opted for highlighting an aspect that could be seen as obvious but whose acknowledgment is not supported by practical measures – the need for common solutions to regional stabilization and development initiated and worked out by the countries themselves. more »
 

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