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John M. Nomikos, (RIEAS Director) predicts President Ma will be re-elected by reason of stable and safe the Cross-Strait Relations. John M. Nomikos explains that President Ma is trustable for Taiwanese as well as Mainland, and the Chinese government prefers him to have mutual negotiation. In addition, he outlines that Madam Tsai's economic policy encourages Taiwanese enterprise owners to run business in the globe, but however the Taiwanese educational system is not global, and he suggests Taiwan to bridge more the educational system with  the EU member states. In addition, he addresses that Education is fundemental for the world, and Taiwan needs to be global in the education.
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RIEAS and the Institute for Corporative Security Studies (ICS) in Ljubljana, (Slovenia) signed a Memorandum of Cooperation.  Read more
Ambassador George-Cristian Maior, Director of the Romanian Intelligence Service, is a New Member in RIEAS International Advisory Board.  Read more  
Dr. Ken Kotani (Japan) is RIEAS new Member in our International Advisory Board.  Read more
Dr. John M. Nomikos (RIEAS Director) visited the Greek Fire Brigades Press office (12 December 2011) and submitted the Manual “SAFE COMMS- The Terrorism Crisis Communication Manual for Public Authorities” to Mr. Nikolaos Tsogkas (Fire Brigades Press Spokesman) as well as met Fire Brigades Officer Mrs. Xlimintza Elpida Melpomeni (staff in the Fire Brigades Press Office)
Athens Security Forum publishes its first Newsletter. Read more
Dr. John M. Nomikos (RIEAS Director) visited the Greek Police Press office ( 30 November 2011) and submitted the Manual “SAFE COMMS- The Terrorism Crisis Communication Manual for Public Authorities”  to Mr. Athanasios G. Kokkalakis (Greek Police Press Spokesman) as well as met Police Officer Mr. Petros Tanos ( staff in the Greek Police Press office).

Dr. Andrew Liaropoulos (RIEAS Senior Analyst) won the NATO Cyber Defense Competition and participated in a seminar on cyber-security that took place in the NATO Headquarters in Brussels. Recent cyber-incidents in Estonia 2007, Georgia 2008 as well as the cases of GhostNet and Stuxnet, vividly demonstrate the complex nature of cyberspace. Cyber-attacks cross borders, they are asymmetric, sophisticated and hard to trace. NATO has to adjust to the new security environment and develop cyber defence capabilities.

 

George Protopapas (RIEAS Research Associate - Media Analyst) participated as moderator and speaker in International Conference “Russia and Europe: Topical Issues of Contemporary International Journalism”. He delivered a speech on “National Interests and Journalism”. The conference held in Paris 24-25 November 2011 and organized by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation and Federal Agency for Press and Mass Communications.
Dr. John M. Nomikos (RIEAS Director) published an editorial on “Reforming the Greek Intelligence-Security Community: New Challenges” in the Journal of Romanian Intelligence Studies, No. 5, June 2011, Bucharest, Romania.

 

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