Programs

Security Scholars Program

The Robinson-Martin Security Scholars Academy (RMSSA) is PSSI’s core initiative, dating back to the Institute’s inception in early 2002.

Space Security Program

Space infrastructure is essential for the proper functioning of European and U.S. societies, economies, and security architectures.

Economic & Financial Threat Program

In this era of unprecedented global interdependence, international economic and financial (E&F) relations have become an integral part of every nation’s foreign policy.

Regional Security Program

In addition to its core programmes, PSSI aims to identify and analyze relevant foreign policy and security-related issues that will increasingly affect and influence the transatlantic security policy community.

News

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Security Scholars Program //Lauri Almann, Kari-Pekka Rannikko, and Lucie Kadlecová, CybExer Technologies/22 Dec, 2020

PSSI Perspectives #7 - Challenges to Strategic Decision-making in Cyber Security

The seventh edition of the PSSI Perspectives brings cyber security into focus. Moreover, it is written by our partners from a leading Estonian cyber security company Cybexer Technologies who delivered a table-top exercise that concluded this intensive week-long educational course. This PSSI Perspective takes a look at four challenges that decision makers face during every major cyber security crisis.

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The Prague Security Studies Institute’s next PSSI Perspective looks at the nexus of disinformation and online advertising.

Roger Robinson

Mr. Roger Robinson, Executive Director, Board Chairman at Prague Security Studies Institute, spoke at the Economic Security panel of the Baltic Sea Security Conference, organized by the Baltic Security Foundation.

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Regional Security Program //Jonáš Syrovátka, Alena Zikmundová, Šimon Pinkas, Vanessa Maderová/15 Dec, 2020

New Study on Ways to Tackle Online Advertisement on Platforms Spreading Disinformation

In a previous study PSSI researchers outlined how disinformation works as a lucrative business for various media platforms. One of their most significant sources of revenue is online advertisement. Fortunately, PR agencies and private companies are increasingly aware of this problem.

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This new addition to the PSSI perspectives reacts to the suspension of Jack Ma’s Ant Financial Group on the Chinese Stock Exchanges, on November 3rd, 2020. Drawing on groundbreaking research conducted by our partner RWR Advisory Group, this perspective provides unique insights into the motivations behind the suspension, and, beyond, it offers a forensic analysis which exposes Ant Group’s reprehensible character.

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SpaceWatch.Global is hosting its inaugural Space Café Summit to debate recent trends in space security.