Mediterranean security 2021


Mediterranean security 2021

Scientific International Conference

The conference will be held on November 30, 2021, starting at 3 pm CET (Belgrade, Vienna, Bratislava time). Tensions in the Mediterranean have caught our attention. We especially emphasize all security risks in this region that come from the geopolitical arena, energy security, terrorism, cyber threats that include hybrid activities as well as increased military activities of various countries, not only from the region but also superpowers.

Topic: Mediterranean security 2021 Scientific International Conference

Time: Nov 30, 2021 04:00 PM Athens, (3:00 pm Belgrade, Vienna and Bratislava)

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The collected papers on this topic will be published in the next issue of the Security Science Journal for 2022. The deadline for submitting article/s is March 25, 2022.




Dr Shlomo Shpiro, Bar Ilan University


Dr Darko Trifunovic, President of INIS


Keynote speakers


Rear Admiral (retd) Demetrios Tsailas, INIS, Greece


"Amidst considerable challenges, maritime cooperation as a pillar of stability and security in the Mediterranean."


Dr. Gordan Akrap, Institute for the Hybrid WarfareCroatia


“Hybrid threats in Mediterranean 2015-2030”


Dr. Lasha Tchantouridze, Norwich University, US


“Russia in the Mediterranean: A Critical Power in the Region”


Dr. Shaul Shay, INIS, Israel


“Energy as a source of conflict and cooperation in East Mediterranean”


Dr. John Nomikos, RIEAS, Greece


"Greece-France and India Eastern Mediterranean security Alliance" 


Dr. Swaran SINGH, Jawaharlal Nehru University (New Delhi)India


"Locating China in the emerging new geopolitical contestations in the Mediterranean” 


Dr. Tal Pavel, Director, and founder - The Institute for Cyber Policy StudiesIsrael


“Cyber Security threats in the Mediterranean”


Dr. Yiorghos Leventis, International Security Forum, Cyprus


“Security Challenges in the Eastern Mediterranean: the role of Cyprus as unsinkable Aircraft Carrier”


Dr. Zoran Dragisic, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Security Studies, Serbia


“The Mediterranean between big Super Powers”


Mr.Luca CinciripiniUniversità Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, MilanItaly


“The Strategic Relevance of the Mediterranean: Local Instabilities and International Threats”