Each student can choose between:
1. Presenting a small lecture up to 45 minutes.
2. Submitting a short dissertation, up to 15 pages.
Here are the subjects for the paper/ or presentations:
1. The Bulgarian state readiness for cyber attack, the intelligence perspective.
2. Does Bulgaria correspond to the condition of "weak democracy" regarding its legal, and public control over the Bulgarian intelligence services?
3. Discuss the importance of using HUMINT methodologies, when practicing cyber intelligence.
4. Explain the rationale for the existence of an EU intelligence service. Who is actually in control? What are the benefits and the dangers of sustaining such an intelligence service?
1. The students are requested to choose one of the subjects, only one paper could be submitted regarding each of the subjects.
2. Before beginning, the students need to submit: bibliography list, chapters, exact research question. This should be submitted by email until by June 20.
3. The paper will follow all necessary political science quotation rules. Avoiding that, will be reflected dramatically in the final Mark.