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Privatization of Security in Transforming Societies
The flourishing private security sector in Southeast Europe has received little attention in international and domestic policy debates on security governance despite the growing challenges and opportunities it presents to ensuring security as a public good in new democracies. more »
 
Public Discussion: National and International Security in the 21st Century
On 28 July 2011 the Center for the Study of Democracy in cooperation with the Southeast Europe Development Initiative and the Bulgarian Ministry of Defense hosted in the Sofia Military Club, a public discussion on national and international security in the 21st century. The keynote speaker was General James Jones, former National Security Advisor to President Obama and Supreme Allied Commander Europe, joined by the Bulgarian Minister of Defense Anu Anguelov. more »
 
Round Table: Bulgarian National Security Strategy
On 30th June 2010 the Center for the Study of Democracy hosted a discussion of the draft of the new national security strategy. more »
 
Seminar: For Modern and Effective Law Enforcement. Civil Society and Efforts for Increased Security
On 15 April 2009 the Center for the Study of Democracy organized a seminar on the police effectiveness. Mr. Chavdar Chervenkov and Mr. Tihomir Bezlov, CSD Senior Experts were the key speakers of the event. more »
 
Seminar: United States National Security Priorities and Options
The national security priorities and options for the new US administration, as well as the implications for Euroatlantic cooperation, were the subject of a seminar held at the Center for the Study of Democracy on 18 February 2008, with the participation of Ambassador Michael Geier, Germany’s Ambassador to Bulgaria, Ambassador Robert Gelbard and Mr. Brian Jenkins. more »
 
High Table on US - European relations
On 21 December 2008, the Center for the Study of Democracy held a High Table discussion with the participation of Mr. Robert McFarlane. The topic of discussion was the changing international environment in the wake of the recent historic US Presidential election, and in particular the implications for the strategic relationship between the US and European Union members. more »
 
Round Table: Defense Transformation and the Role of Smaller States in Allied Operations
On 16 February 2007 the Center for the Study of Democracy, together with the Embassy of Denmark in Sofia organized a round table on Defense Transformation and the Role of Smaller States in Allied Operations. Keynote speaker at the event was Gen. Hans Jesper Helsø, Chief of Defense of Denmark. more »
 
Seminar: Euroatlantic Integration and Security Sector Reform
On 14 July 2006 the Center for the Study of Democracy organized a seminar on the different aspects of the Euroatlantic integration. It was part of the working visit of Serbian experts and government representatives. more »
 
International seminar: Export Control of Dual-Use Items and Arms: Industry Outreach
On 22 - 23 May 2006 the Government of the Republic of Bulgaria in cooperation with the Center for the Study of Democracy organized an international seminar on Export Control of Dual-Use Items and Arms: Industry Outreach. The seminar was part of the continuing implementation of the Joint Action Plan of Bulgaria and Hungary offering exchange of information, training and assistance to the countries from the Western Balkans. more »
 
Fourth Annual Security Conference: NATO Transformation - Facing New Security Frontiers
As part of its series of annual security events, the Center for the Study of Democracy held its 2006 security conference NATO Transformation - Facing New Security Frontiers on 28-29 April, 2006. It was a follow-up to the 2006 NATO ministerial meeting hosted by the government of Bulgaria. The conference contributed to the broader debate on NATO’s transformation and helped outline bold new policies, overcoming legacy relationships and trans-atlantic divides. more »
 

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