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NATO Smart Defense and Cyber Resilience: A Methodological Approach to Adapting to Emerging Challenges (*) Dr. Marios Panagiotis Efthymiopoulos Assistant Professor of Strategy and Security & Program Coordinator of the MA in Strategy and Security American University in the Emirates Email: marios.panagiotis@aue.ae May 2016 Abstract This paper aims to evaluate NATOs’ “Smart Defense”1 policy in the view of the continuing significance and global roles of

Dr. Marios Panagiotis Efthymiopoulos The Geopolitics of economic prosperity has been a recent research project. In this research I estimate a positive effect which develops through economic sustainable growth. It boosts effectiveness and it allows for new policy frameworks to be established. The case of Cyprus and the resolution attempts on the Cyprus issue, recently made, reflect the need

Dr. Marios Panagiotis Efthymiopoulos Leaders in the island, anticipate incoming challenges and threats, for which they cannot afford not negotiating and settling past dues. There is an immediate threat coming from the east. The Daesh, a group of revolutionaries with grounds to extremism, reaction a continued and rebranded story of the lost cause of the Taliban, threatens regional