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Volume 18 / 2017 / Number 1-2
NATIONAL SECURITY AND THE FUTURE
is dedicated to the advancement and understanding of principles and practices of intelligence and national security in contemporary history and foreign policy.
Prof. dr. Miroslav Tuđman, St. George Association, Zagreb, Croatia
Dr. Gordan Akrap, Hybrid Warfare Research Institute, Zagreb, Croatia
Prof. dr. Slavica Juka, University of Mostar, Faculty of Philosophy, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Prof. dr. Klaus Lange, Dir. Institute for Transnational Studies, Landshut,
Doc. dr. Ivo Lučić, Croatian Institute of History, Zagreb, Croatia
Dr. Miroslav Medimorec, Retired Ambassador, Zagreb, Croatia
Prof. dr. John Nomikos, Research Institute for European and American Studies (RIEAS), Greece
Prof. dr. Shlomo Spiro, Bar Ilan University, Israel
Prof. dr. Iko Skoko, University of Mostar, Faculty of Philosophy, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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This number of the National Security and the Future journal contains selected papers from the Resilient Critical Infrastructure-2nd Zagreb Security Forum that was held in Zagreb, Croatia, March 2017.
Forum was supported by NATO Science for Peace and Security Programme.