Blogging on Issues of International and European Security

The Need for Greater Transatlantic Cybersecurity Cooperation

by Jared Brow Defining Cyberspace Cybersecurity is a vague blanket term that encompasses a variety of security threats,mainly due to the fact that cyberspace itself is borderless. Cyberspace is not … Continue reading

19/06/2014 · Leave a comment

The Dronisation of Wars – “La Dronisation de la Guerre, entre Stratégie et Normes?”

by Manuel Tornago During the event “La Dronisation de la Guerre, entre Stratégie et Normes?”, organized by the Madariaga College of Europe Foundation and held on 13 June 2014 in … Continue reading

18/06/2014 · Leave a comment

Policy Briefs: Libya’s Rubicon – From Democratic Transition to Civil Chaos

by Raluca Csernatoni After almost two years since the July 2012 elections, the Libyan crisis has not shown any signs of de-escalation: the country continues to face political turmoil, tribal … Continue reading

18/06/2014 · Leave a comment

The 10 Best Articles on International Security Concerns this week

Each week we provide a collection of 10 must reads from around the web on issues pertaining to international security. Simply click the article title to open a new tab. … Continue reading

13/06/2014 · Leave a comment

2014 – Afghanistan in Transition

By Manuel Tornago “Are we going to witness a security crash followed by an economic break-down?” Such is the opening question that Dr. Beate Maeder-Metcalf, Vice-President and Director for Regional … Continue reading

13/06/2014 · Leave a comment

Overhauling transatlantic security thinking: A conference presented by the Security & Defence Agenda

by Jared Brow The Security and Defence Agenda hosted its annual conference “Overhauling transatlantic security thinking” last week at the Palais d’Egmont, which provided an opportunity for debate in the … Continue reading

11/06/2014 · Leave a comment

Behind the Headlines: Somalia

By Saara Ilmonen There are promising signs of progress in Somalia, but it still remains the country that first comes to mind when thinking of a failed state. The country … Continue reading

09/06/2014 · Leave a comment

G7 in Brussels: Excluding Russia for a Summit Dominated by the Ukrainian Crisis

by Jared Brow G7 – Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Britain, the U.S., and representatives from the European Union – met earlier this week in Brussels for the first time … Continue reading

06/06/2014 · 1 Comment

The 10 Best Articles on International Security Concerns this week

Each week we provide a collection of 10 must reads from around the web on issues pertaining to international security. Simply click the article title to open a new tab. … Continue reading

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The 10 Best Articles on International Security Concerns this week

Each week we provide a collection of 10 must reads from around the web on issues pertaining to international security. Simply click the article title to open a new tab. … Continue reading

29/05/2014 · Leave a comment

Policy Briefs: Radiography of a Conflict – Thailand’s Penchants for Coups d’État

by Raluca Csernatoni The following is a new feature from ISIS Europe called Policy Briefs. Policy Briefs provide relevant background and succinct recommendations to international security concerns across the globe.  … Continue reading

28/05/2014 · Leave a comment

The UN Security Council: Is it bankrupt?

by Saara Ilmonen The EGMONT Institute, together with United Nations Associations in Belgium, Vereniging voor de Verenigde Naties and United Nations Regional Information Centre, hosted an event ‘The UN Security Council: … Continue reading

26/05/2014 · Leave a comment

The 10 Best Articles on International Security Issues this week

Each week we provide a collection of 10 must reads from around the web on issues pertaining to international security. Simply click the article title to open a new tab. … Continue reading

22/05/2014 · Leave a comment

Between apathetic citizens and the European dream: The European elections

by Francois Ducrotté European Elections are now taking place until May 25 and this year, the next President of the Commission is to be appointed in connection with the results of … Continue reading

22/05/2014 · Leave a comment

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