EU Institute for Security Studies - EUISS

EU Institute for Security Studies - EUISS The European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS) is the Union’s agency dealing with the analysis of foreign, security and defence policy issues.
The Institute was set up in January 2002 as an autonomous agency under the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) [Council Joint Action 2001/554, amended by Council Joint Action 2006/1002] to foster a common security culture for the EU, support the elaboration and projection of its foreign policy, and enrich the strategic debate inside and outside Europe. Based in Paris, with an antenna in Brussels, the EUISS is now an integral part of the new structures that underpin the further development of the CFSP/CSDP. The Institute is funded by the EU member states according to a GNP-based formula. It is governed by a Board, chaired by the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy (HR), which lays down its budgetary and administrative rules and approves its work programme. The Political and Security Committee (PSC) exercises political supervision - without prejudice to the intellectual independence and operational autonomy of the EUISS.
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09/07/2020
Navigating a Pandemic World: Global Disorders and Europe’s Role

Virtual event live now! 🎥

Join the EUISS & Carnegie Europe with European External Action Service - EEAS HR/VP Borrell to discuss #GlobalDisorders and new roles for the EU.

Have your say and ask your questions in via the YouTube chat: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OgxqXsDBnkw&feature=youtu.be

A recalibration of the geopolitical landscape amidst the coronavirus pandemic means that the world is wrought with new and resurgent challenges and disorders...

Uncharted territory? Towards a common threat analysis and a #StrategicCompass for EU security and #EUdefenceDespite the ...
09/07/2020

Uncharted territory? Towards a common threat analysis and a #StrategicCompass for EU security and #EUdefence

Despite the direction offered by the EU Global Strategy, there is as yet no common approach to how member state governments understand threats to the EU’s security. Under the new Strategic Compass initiative – designed to provide enhanced politico-strategic direction for EU security and defence – member state governments and institutions will conduct their own threat analysis as a first step in a 2-year process. This Brief examines how a clearer understanding of such threats can help the EU to achieve its level of ambition in this area.

https://www.iss.europa.eu/content/uncharted-territory-towards-common-threat-analysis-and-strategic-compass-eu-security-and

Coming in the next few days, a new Brief by Daniel Fiott on the #StrategicCompass and threat analysis. Stay tuned all #E...
08/07/2020

Coming in the next few days, a new Brief by Daniel Fiott on the #StrategicCompass and threat analysis.

Stay tuned all #EUdefence fans!

We continue our Geopolitical Series with a new BriefUnder pressure: can #Belarus resist Russian coercion? This Brief ana...
07/07/2020

We continue our Geopolitical Series with a new Brief

Under pressure: can #Belarus resist Russian coercion?

This Brief analyses the current dynamics underpinning the Belarusian-Russian relationship and its possible future trajectory in the light of new factors which limit Belarus’s room for foreign policy manoeuvre. It highlights how, under increasing pressure from Russia and faced with domestic challenges, President Lukashenka may be hard-pressed to maintain the delicate balancing act that he has performed up to now to ensure his regime’s survival.

https://www.iss.europa.eu/content/under-pressure-can-belarus-resist-russian-coercion

This Thursday, the HR/VP and an international panel of experts will discuss #GlobalDisorders and new roles for Europe in...
06/07/2020

This Thursday, the HR/VP and an international panel of experts will discuss #GlobalDisorders and new roles for Europe in a joint EUISS/Carnegie Europe event.

Join us at the live virtual event here: http://carnegieeurope.eu/e-7383

Coming soon, our next Brief on #China🇨🇳 in the #MENA!
26/06/2020

Coming soon, our next Brief on #China🇨🇳 in the #MENA!

Coming soon...new Brief on the relationship between #covid19 & #conflict
10/06/2020

Coming soon...new Brief on the relationship between #covid19 & #conflict

What if...#Covid19 impacted the US presidential elections?The pandemic has hit the United States harder than any other c...
05/06/2020

What if...#Covid19 impacted the US presidential elections?

The pandemic has hit the United States harder than any other country; and Americans are scheduled to go to the polls in November. Will the coronavirus lead to a postponement of the elections? And in that case what will happen? Will the virus swing the election in favour of either candidate? EUISS Senior Associate Analyst Simona Soare discusses this and more with Florence Gaub in this last instalment of the Covid-19 podcast season.

https://what-if-the-euiss-foresight-podcast.simplecast.com/episodes/s02e07

What if ... #Africa was immune to #Covid19?Projections show a possible death toll of more than 3 million for Africa, but...
29/05/2020

What if ... #Africa was immune to #Covid19?

Projections show a possible death toll of more than 3 million for Africa, but what if these calculations turn out to be wrong? EUISS Senior Analyst Giovanni Faleg discusses with Florence Gaub whether we can expect lower fatality rates, what this could mean for the continent, and what needs to be done urgently.

Listen to the latest #EUforesight podcast 🎙️: https://what-if-the-euiss-foresight-podcast.simplecast.com/episodes/s02e06

The Butterfly Effect: why does Eastern Europe matter to #Japan?🇯🇵 In recent years Japan has sought to rekindle diplomati...
28/05/2020

The Butterfly Effect: why does Eastern Europe matter to #Japan?🇯🇵

In recent years Japan has sought to rekindle diplomatic, political and economic ties with Eastern Europe. This Brief examines how Russia’s annexation of Crimea in 2014 may have motivated this charm offensive, prompted by Tokyo’s fears that such aggression could potentially be replicated in the Far East, as well as by concerns about transfers of military technology from Eastern Europe to China and the weakening of the global non-proliferation regime. It shows how Japan’s foreign policy goals in the eastern neighbourhood overlap with those of the EU, and highlights the potential for strengthening synergies between them.

https://www.iss.europa.eu/content/butterfly-effect-why-does-eastern-europe-matter-japan

Coming later this week: Daisuke Kitade writes on #Japan 🇯🇵and the #EaP states
26/05/2020

Coming later this week: Daisuke Kitade writes on #Japan 🇯🇵and the #EaP states

Join the EUISS team as a Trainee! 🇪🇺 🇫🇷 🇧🇪  From October 2020, the European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS)...
25/05/2020

Join the EUISS team as a Trainee! 🇪🇺 🇫🇷 🇧🇪

From October 2020, the European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS) is seeking to recruit six trainees to assist in its research, event organisation and outreach activities. This will provide an opportunity for selected candidates to build research skills; develop experience working in an Agency of the European Union; gain exposure to policy-oriented research; and deepen their understanding of EU foreign and security policy mechanisms and priorities. The traineeship promises to be an interesting and rewarding opportunity for career and personal development. Throughout the traineeship, trainees will closely work with a designated member of the Institute’s management or research team (the Director and the Deputy Director, a Senior Analyst, or the Brussels Executive Officer and the Security and Defence Editor for the trainees based in Brussels). On an ad hoc basis, trainees will also be expected to work with other Analysts within the research team and assist them on particular projects.

Four trainees will be based at the EUISS Paris Headquarters and two trainees will be based at the Brussels Liaison Office.

For the 2020-2021 traineeship programme, the required domains of expertise are:

- Asia (notably China, Japan, ROK, India, ASEAN);
- International cyber and digital issues (Brussels Liaison Office);
- European foreign, security, and defence policy (Brussels Liaison Office);
- Russia and the eastern neighbourhood;
- Sub-Saharan Africa;
- An additional more senior profile of executive trainee will report directly to the Director and Deputy Director.

👉 https://www.iss.europa.eu/content/traineeships-period-october-2020-july-2021 #EUjobs #EUcareers

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What if...Covid-19 leads to an escalation of conflicts?Currently 43 states in the world are experiencing ongoing conflic...
22/05/2020

What if...Covid-19 leads to an escalation of conflicts?

Currently 43 states in the world are experiencing ongoing conflicts. What impact will the Covid-19 pandemic have on these conflicts? Will they escalate, or is there perhaps an opportunity for peace? EUISS Senior Associate Analyst Katariina Mustasilta discusses with Florence Gaub how conflict research sheds light on the link between discontent and crisis.

https://what-if-the-euiss-foresight-podcast.simplecast.com/episodes/s02e05

Coming this week: Brief on international crisis response to #Covid19 by Florence Gaub & Lotje Boswinkel. Stay tuned! #EU...
19/05/2020

Coming this week: Brief on international crisis response to #Covid19 by Florence Gaub & Lotje Boswinkel.

Stay tuned! #EUforesight

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