|Statement||Olav F. Knudsen, Iver B. Neumann.|
|Series||NUPI report,, nr. 189, NUPI-rapport (Oslo, Norway : 1994) ;, nr. 189.|
|Contributions||Neumann, Iver B.|
|LC Classifications||UA646.53 .K59 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 34 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||95210185|
The Baltic Sea area has for centuries been a hub of international activity and exchange, embodied in particular by the Hanseatic League, with resulting conditions of intense cooperation and shared prosperity. Riina Kaljurand, Maria Mälksoo Abstract: This paper traces the development of sub-regional multilateralism around the Baltic Sea from the building of regional security via de-securitisation to cooperation through the re-securitisation of certain issues of common concern. Nonetheless, regional cooperation structures such as the Council of the Baltic Sea States (CBSS) dealt from their start still and deal with security risks in a wider sense, in particular soft security risks such as trafficking, cross-border organized crime, environmental risks. Fifth, regional cooperation in the Baltic Sea region should be used to establish a mechanism to limit any forms of hybrid warfare with a potential adversary that benefits from coercion and blackmail, and that spreads psychological panic.
The cooperation in the Baltic Sea Region sets an inspiring example for other macro-regions in the European Union; a reminder of what can be accomplished through joint efforts. BSR countries have been focusing their cooperation on regional risk mapping, and development of methodologies for risk and capability assessments. analyzes the presence of cooperative security dilemma in the Baltic Sea region and tests the influence of Cold W ar’ s security models on the present-day security : Holger Mölder. Baltic Sea States Subregional Co-operation. Helsinki-Uusimaa Regional Council is the board member of the Baltic Sea States Subregional Co-operation (BSSSC). BSSSC is a political network for decentralized authorities in the Baltic Sea Region (BSR). It consists of member regions in 10 Baltic Sea littoral states. Baltic cooperation. Cooperation between three Baltic States is based on the trilateral Treaty on Concord and Cooperation, signed on Septem in Geneva. The Declaration on Unity and Cooperation, signed on in Tallinn, in full scope restored the cooperation between Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia.
COOPERATION OF THE BALTIC SEA REGION 54 Nordic cooperation 54 Baltic cooperation 56 efficient cooperation, the area of security and defence has remained a controversial one. There have been several sub-regional security cooperation Developments in the Security Environment of the Baltic Sea Region up to Based on a major international research project undertaken by The Institute for East West Studies, this book provides the first comprehensive analysis of an important, but little explored, feature of post-Cold War Europe: the emergence of subregional cooperation in areas such as the Barents, the Baltic Sea, Central Europe and the Black Sea. The Baltic Sea Region has a long history of cooperation. This fact is very strongly present in the collective memory of its inhabitants. From the times of Hanza through an intensive post-second-world-war collaboration of Nordic countries to the whole region’s integration after the EU enlargement in , the Baltic cooperation has been driven by pragmatism and the will to make the region. In the forum will be organised in cooperation between the Pomerania Region/ Pomorskie Voivodeship (PV) and the Baltic Sea States Subregional Co-operation (BSSSC). The 10th AF will be used to communicate the EUSBSR, its objectives and the added value of macro-regional cooperation in the Baltic Sea Region.