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2021Willingness to Defend Estonia: Fostered by Civil-Military Integration and CommunicationJuurvee, Ivo; International Centre for Defence and Security and Estonian Military Academy
2021Public Preferences Between Wars of Necessity and Wars of ChoiceYeh, Yao-Yuan; University of St. Thomas – Houston, Department of International Studies & Modern Languages
2021Conclusions and Recommendations: Between Unwillingness and Willingness to Defend Own Country in the Baltic States and BeyondAndžāns, Māris; Rīga Stradiņš University and Latvian Institute of International Affairs
2021Willingness to Defend the Baltic States in Quantitative TermsAndžāns, Māris; Rīga Stradiņš University and Latvian Institute of International Affairs
2021Willingness to Defend Latvia: Suffering from Disillusionment, Distrust and Individual Preferences and AbilitiesPalkova, Aleksandra; Rīga Stradiņš University and Latvian Institute of International Affairs
2021Willingness to Defend Lithuania: “System Problem Detected, Action Pending”Gajauskaitė, Ieva; General Jonas Žemaitis Military Academy of Lithuania
2021Willingness to Defend Own Country in the Baltic States: Implications for National Security and NATO’s Collective DefenceAndžāns, Māris; Gajauskaitė, Ieva; Juurvee, Ivo; Palkova, Aleksandra; Yeh, Yao-Yuan; Vargulis, Mārtiņš; Andžāns, Māris
2021NATO and the Role of Societal Resilience and Willingness to Defend Own CountryVargulis, Mārtiņš; Rīga Stradiņš University and Latvian Institute of International Affairs
2021Conceptualizing Willingness to Defend and to Fight for Own CountryAndžāns, Māris; Rīga Stradiņš University and Latvian Institute of International Affairs