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2005
Shalamanov, Velizar, and Zlatogor Minchev. Analysis and adaptation of NC3A and NATO member countries’ models for analysis, estimation, decision-making, planning and management in emergency situations and support to the computer assisted staff exercises at national and regional level (SEE and the In IT4Sec Reports. Sofia: Institute of Information and Communication Technologies, 2005.
Shalamanov, Velizar, and Stoyan Avramov. Architecture for the integration of field and stationary information systems for emergency management In IT4Sec Reports. Sofia: Institute of Information and Communication Technologies, 2005.
Shalamanov, Velizar, Stefan Hadjitodorov, Todor Tagarev, Nikolay Pavlov, Valentin Stoyanov, Pencho Geneshky, and Stoyan Avramov. "Civil Security: Architectural Approach in Emergency Management Transformation." Information & Security: An International Journal 17 (2005): 75-101.
Shalamanov, Velizar, Goran Johnson, and Georgi Kirov. "Commercial Information Technology for Military Operations: Information Sharing and Communication Security in Ad-Hoc Coalitions." Information & Security: An International Journal 16 (2005): 119-127.
Shalamanov, Velizar. Concept Development and Experimentation: Academic Support to Security Sector Transformation In SMi NATO Enlargement Conference. Sofia, Bulgaria, 2005.
Shalamanov, Velizar. "New Challenges for Crisis Management." In Crisis Management in the Republic of Macedonia . Skopje: MoD of Macedonia, 2005.
Shalamanov, Velizar, and Stoyan Avramov. "Ruggedized Commercial IT Modules for Field C2 Posts in Coalition Operations and Emergencies." Information & Security: An International Journal 16 (2005): 93-103.
Shalamanov, Velizar. The Security of the Black Sea Region in the Context of NATO’s Expansion: Opportunities for Cooperation In IT4Sec Reports. Sofia: Institute of Information and Communication Technologies, 2005.
2004
Shalamanov, Velizar, Stoyan Balabanov, and Todor Tagarev. Analysis and evaluation of the system for civil protection and reaction in crisis situations: White Paper on the Civil Protection of the Republic of Bulgaria In IT4Sec Reports. Sofia: Institute of Information and Communication Technologies, 2004.
Shalamanov, Velizar, and Stoyan Avramov. Architectural approach to planning communications and information systems for crisis management In IT4Sec Reports. Sofia: Institute of Information and Communication Technologies, 2004.
Shalamanov, Velizar. "C4ISR in Navy Transformation Role, Joint Research and Advanced Technology Demonstrations." Information & Security: An International Journal 13 (2004): 35-47.
Shalamanov, Velizar. "Progress and Problems in Security Sector reform in Western Balkans: Is there a Universal Solution?" In Security Sector Governance in the Western Balkans 2004, 51-66. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2004.
Shalamanov, Velizar, and Stoyan Avramov. Study of the operational performance of field modules for crisis management and planning for field demonstrations In IT4Sec Reports. Sofia: Institute of Information and Communication Technologies, 2004.
Shalamanov, Velizar, and Todor Tagarev. "Transforming the Security Sector in the Context of the Euroatlantic Integration. Developing Capabilities for Effective Contribution to NATO." In Bulgaria’s Roadmap to NATO beyond Prague, 68-85. Sofia: Institute for Euroatlantic Security, 2004.
2003
Shalamanov, Velizar. C4ISR Program Management in the Security Sector Transformation: Key Area of Defense In International Workshop “Strategic Defence Review – Economic Dimensions. Ribaritza, Bulgaria, 2003.
Shalamanov, Velizar. "Civil-Military and Interagency Cooperation in the Security Sector in Bulgaria." In Security Sector Reform – Does It Work?: Problems of Civil-Military and Interagency Cooperation in the Security Sector, 79-114. Geneva: DCAF-GCMA, 2003.
Shalamanov, Velizar. "Importance of a Knowledge-Based, Network-Centric Approach in Strengthening Transatlantic Links with New NATO Members in South Eastern Europe." Connections: The Quarterly Journal 2, no. 3 (2003): 65-75.

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