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Open Borders

Open borders between nations initiate many opportunities, but at the same time, present a unique set of threats to homeland security, public safety, economies, profitable trade, and international cooperation. Terror and organised crime groups exploit every means possible to expose open border vulnerabilities, actively seeking flaws and weaknesses in the security arrays. A different approach is required to protect a nation from threats that can infiltrate open border crossings -whether arms and narcotics smuggling operations, human trafficking, or activities that support coordinated terrorist or criminal acts.

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What crisis management really means – on-demand solutions for international refugee crises

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine triggered Europe’s fastest-growing refugee crisis since the second world war. Almost three million people have fled Ukraine and, the number of refugees is expected to reach five million. While some refugees will continue their journey to other destinations, mainly in Europe, more than half r remain in Poland and are likely to be there for a long time to come.

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