Born out of the work and vision of its Members, the ITSS Verona Magazine, the ITSS Verona Magazine of International Security wishes to offer students, academics and working professionals from all over the world with an opportunity to share their ideas related to pertinent issues about pressing questions of international security, including international relations, conflict, crisis situations, diplomacy, strategy and paths to increase security.
Each number, which will be semestral, will feature a section dedicated on major academic debates (i.e. understanding of major theories and approaches to international security), one on policy scenarios (i.e. where writers specifically analyse and propose concrete courses of actions vis-à-vis real crisis situations) and one which features the winners of the ITSS Verona call for papers thematic competition (i.e. winners of the call for papers on Africa and African security).
Peer-reviewed by the members of the Team, this Magazine is an equal opportunity magazine and, as such, invites all submissions from all types of background. Guidelines, as illustrated in the link, are to be strictly followed to facilitate the work and scrutiny of all parties involved.
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Oleg Abdurashitov, Metawars: Projecting Future Conflicts in Virtual Domain
Tobias Belgrano, Milei, Argentina’s Alt Right Populist Leader
Valentina Luna Colella, Biometric surveillance during protests: a security matter or a violation of human rights?
Şebnem Udum, Main geopolitical challenges of energy transition
Alessandro Castellani, The dehumanising portrayal of the Rohingya community through ICTs: how it legitimised their persecution in the second decade of the 2000s: The post-truth era through poststructuralist lenses
Arslan Sheikh, Water Security of South Asia: The Case of Indus River Basin
Anna Nardone, Misogynist Incel Violence as a Post-Organizational Threat: Addressing a New Challenge for the Current Counter-Terrorism Strategies
Ilas Touazi, Jihadist Lone Actors; a New Generation of Postmodern Terrorism: A Challenge for De-radicalization in the Aftermath of the Post COVID-19 and Russian-Ukrainian War
Valeriia Lymishchenko, Challenges of the Definition of the Cybercrime Jurisdiction on the European Union Level
André L. V. C. Carvalho, Challenges to NATO’s Baltic Air Policing: ensuring air defence through rocket artillery in the Baltic region
David Shakarishvili, Threats to Information Security
Joseph Moses, Disinformation as part of Modern Warfare’s Cyber-attacks
Julia M. Hodgins, Countering Russian Subversion during Federal Elections in Canada in the Era of Social Media and Fake News
Alessandro Monastra, The Role and Effects of Corruption and Organized Crime on Democracy: The Case of Italy
Ben Sharp, Can a Galactic Britain Contribute to Space Sustainability and Security?
Sara Tibidò, Human Trafficking Online: New Tools and New Types of Victims
Francesco Cirillo, Proxy War and Chinese Potential Use of PM Contractor
The International Team for the Study of Security – Verona