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Monistic theory of human rights and paralysis of security systems
Rok Svetlič, 2020

Abstract: This article analyzes the specific risks that concern the basic functioning of the state which are not the result of the inefficiency of the authorities but of their legal paralysis. Through the interpretation of legal acts, an ideological agenda which is incompatible with the fundamental postulates of liberal democracy enters social reality. Consequently, security authorities are paralyzed in performing their tasks, as they are treated as potential violators of human rights. The solution cannot be sought at a legislative level, but at the level of a complex theory, based on the realization that democracy is incompatible with the passivity and paralysis of repressive authorities, as well as with their excesses.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Keywords: philosophy of law, human rights, security authorities, illegal migration
Published: 06.10.2020; Views: 3702; Downloads: 10
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Illegal migration and the role of the Slovenian armed forces
Liliana Brožič, 2020

Abstract: The Slovenian Armed Forces have been assisting the police in protecting the Schengen external border since the European migrant crisis of 2015. Despite the fact that the crisis is over, the number of illegal migrations in 2020 is not decreasing, and the Slovenian Armed Forces is supporting the police even more intensively at the internal European border with Italy. The military also helps to prevent illegal migration flow in other EU Member States. In this paper, we try to analyze the role of the armed forces in the prevention of illegal migration, and determine whether their use at the borders in the prevention of illegal migration is the right answer both at the national and the European levels, and what effects it has on the SAF%s ability to do its primary job.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Keywords: EU, illegal migration, military, Slovenian Armed Forces, Police
Published: 07.10.2020; Views: 4266; Downloads: 20
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Asymmetric warfare threats in Greece
John M. Nomikos, 2020

Abstract: One of the biggest challenges of our time is the rise of asymmetric warfare threats. NATO and the EU are targeted by cybercrime syndicates, politically motivated non-state actors, and sophisticated state actors. Hostile cybercrime undermines all levels of society in NATO and the EU states, threatening political, economic, civil, and military security. Greece faces similar threats. This article focuses on the Greek cybersecurity strategy and analyses the causes and consequences of the terrorismorganized, illegal immigration nexus in Greece, and how essential it is to highlight the importance of collective intelligence sharing among the Greek security and intelligence community.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Keywords: Greece, asymmetric warfare, cyber-security, human trafficking, migration
Published: 07.10.2020; Views: 3704; Downloads: 15
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Tacling irregular migration in Europe
Miklós Böröcz, 2021

Abstract: Irregular migration is a security risk for the EU. This risk from outside Europe cannot be dealt with effectively without capacity building at foreign interfaces, so it could be assessed as an area of the former CFSP. This position was supported by the influx of irregular migrants that reached Europe in 2015, and the risks and consequences of unpreparedness for national security. This study presents the three main routes for irregular migrants which affect Europe, the countries they pass through, and the actions of EU bodies. In addition to the discussion, later in the article potential solutions to the issue will be formulated.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Keywords: irregular migration, security risk, eastern Mediterranean migration route, central Mediterranean migration route, western Mediterranean migration route.
Published: 10.08.2021; Views: 2681; Downloads: 5
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