SRAS students studying in Warsaw, Poland on the Security and Society in the Information Age program have contributed to the third volume of the Security and Society in the Information Age Series.
In 2020, due to COVID travel restrictions, the students took part in a fully online course followed by an online research internship at the Terrorism Research Center. This book presents the results of their work – research papers devoted to contemporary security threats. The contributors not only analyzed the issues but also looked for solutions and these papers include recommendations for policy makers.
The interns explored a variety of important security issues facing modern societies, including: terrorism, migration and disinformation, violent extremism and radicalization, border security, internet and security policies, intelligence analysis, cyber threats, biological and chemical warfare, and trade restrictions in 5G technology.
The book can be downloaded in PDF format and it distributed under Creative Commons license: Security and Society in the Information Age.