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The EU Institute for Security Studies is the EU agency analysing foreign, security and defence policy issues.
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EUISS Jul 19
The EUISS is pleased to welcome as the new Senior Analyst in charge of the sub-Saharan Africa portfolio.
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EUISS Jul 12
is clearly important for ; but operations and missions also act as proof of the EU’s willingness to protect member states and citizens.
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EUISS Jul 12
takes different forms: at the peak of the , over 216,000 people crossed the EU’s borders irregularly in a single month, for instance.
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EUISS Jul 11
' provides a flexible tool to facilitate the development of capabilities & meet the operational needs of today & tomorrow.' Read the cover story article of latest magazine written by EUISS Director Gustav Lindstrom here:
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EUISS Jul 11
While is high on the agenda of the , there is more than one way for allies to share a burden.
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EUISS Jul 11
discussions about are nothing new. For historical context, see the EUISS Chaillot Paper by Gustav Lindstrom:
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EUISS Jul 9
EUISS Director Gustav Lindstrom opens the event 'The application of existing international law in cyberspace', held in cooperation with & .
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EUISS Jul 4
Senior Analyst is leaving the EUISS after five years in charge of the & eastern neighbourhood portfolio. The EUISS team wishes him the very best of luck in his future endeavours.
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EUISS Jul 4
What restrictive measures did the put in place last year? Which countries were affected and in what sectors?
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IAI Jun 30
| 📆 with & on Friday in Rome on the civilian crisis management at EU level and the civilian-military cooperation in security contexts 🇪🇺. Agenda 👉 Registrations 👉
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EUISS Jun 29
How much did the now -25 spend on defence compared to the --22 last year? The EUISS Yearbook tracks the progress of :
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EUISS Jun 28
As leaders meet at to discuss , learn how to debunk some myths about the thanks to here:
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EUISS Jun 27
‘In 2017, we see a world in confusion … but the EU has emerged as a reliable force for diplomacy, dialogue and multilateralism’ says . See how by reading the EUISS 2018 Yearbook of European Security:
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EUISS Jun 26
The EUISS Yearbook of European Security (YES) 2018 is finally here. The Institute’s annual publication, with a preface by HR/VP , compiles key info & data related to the ’s and in 2017:
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EUISS Jun 26
The EUISS Yearbook of European Security (YES) 2018 is finally here. The Institute’s annual publication, with a preface by HR/VP , compiles key info & data related to the ’s and in 2017:
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EUISS Jun 26
From vision to action: the EU now turns to defence capability development. details the challenges ahead in this Brief:
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EUISS Jun 25
What capabilities could the EU collectively prioritise now and in the future? Read the latest EUISS Brief on by here:
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EUISS Jun 25
Deadline for the EUISS traineeship programme is 14:00 CET today. Apply here:
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Daniel Fiott Jun 23
Next week the unveils the Yearbook on European Security for 2018. New features include: ✅narratives of the EU’s engagement with the world🌍 ✅overview of 🇪🇺 ✅enhanced data visuals📈 ✅chapter on protecting Europe🛡 Stay posted:
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RicardoBorgesCastro Jun 21
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