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bookfrontpageEdited by John M. Nomikos and Joseph Fitsanakis

Summary

The region that covers the Balkans and the Mediterranean has historically served as a bridge between the East and the West, between Europe, Asia and Africa. Historically these areas have witnessed the interaction and collision of various empires, religions and civilizations. The last three decades, the Balkans and the Mediterranean region, have experienced a plethora of security challenges. Starting from the disintegration of Yugoslavia to the aftermath of the so-called Arab Spring, ethnic cleansing, political turmoil, fundamentalism, organized crime, terrorism, illegal immigration and foreign interventions have largely shaped the regional security agenda. Despite the fact that there is a vast literature that addresses the security challenges in these regions, a text that provides insight into intelligence developments that have taken place over the past years, was lacking. Read more

 

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