Marshall Center Announces ‘per Concordiam' Themes for 2019

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Marshall Center Announces ‘per Concordiam' Themes for 2019

By Public Affairs Office
George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies

GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany (Sept. 17, 2018) – The Marshall Center's 'per Concordiam' magazine is a quarterly journal covering European and Eurasian Security and Defense issues.

The Marshall Center announces the themes for the 2019 editions of 'per Concordiam.'

  1. Economic security. This issue will include, but not be exclusive to, a review of how economic sanctions and energy security affect economic security.
  2. Northern European states regional (Arctic) security challenges. This issue will look at security threats unique to this geographic region.
  3. Strategic Communication in the age of post-truth. This issue addresses state and non-state instigators who use disinformation and misinformation with a strategic design to influence other nations or peoples to their advantage.
  4. Hybrid Warfare. This issue will examine the use of a broad range of subversive instruments, many of which are non-military, to further the instigator’s strategic objectives. It will discuss how to counter them.

The order and deadlines are not set yet, said Patrick Swan, ‘per Concordiam’ managing editor.

There are numerous foreign policy and security publications throughout the world; what makes ‘per Concordiam’ unique is its regional connection via the Marshall Center alumni network, said Swan.

The topics covered in ‘per Concordiam’ are brought to the Marshall Center by resident course graduates and the organizations in which they work today.

In addition to contributions from alumni, ‘per Concordiam’ is an internationally distributed journal open to outside contributors who wish to comment on matters of importance to European and Eurasian Security and Defense issues. This includes scholars, policy-makers and practitioners.

Those interested in contributing articles should email editor [at] (editor[at]perconcordiam[dot]org)

The ‘per Concordiam’ is published on the Marshall Center Website.