This book expands on the proceedings and subsequent contributions resulting from a NATO workshop held at Oxford University. The workshop on Black Sea security cooperation brought together key government and private sector stakeholders in the region. The first part of the book covers the security challenges to the Black Sea region. The second part looks at the prospects for shaping a new security architecture in the region, highlighting various regional law enforcement and counter-trafficking cooperation initiatives and proposing a range of technical security cooperation solutions to the ongoing challenges. The final part of the book offers perspectives on the South Ossetia conflict.q--P.  of cover.Preparation of Participants Each participant in an Alpha immersion takes an extensive battery of personality tests to determine individual preferences and decision and team interaction styles. A special Alpha web based capability and ananbsp;...
|Title||:||Black Sea Security|
|Author||:||Fiona Houston, W. Duncan Wood, Derek M. Robinson|
|Publisher||:||IOS Press - 2010-01-01|