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Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,

due to the officially ordered measures to deal with the corona virus, the office of the Austria Institute for European and Security Policy will not be occupied until 13.04.2020. For this reason, during this time, you can only reach us by e-mail. Furthermore, no public events will be held during this period.

Latest Publications

Pandemic Mitigation in the Digital Age

Dr. Alexander Klimburg, Louk Faesen, Paul Verhagen, Philipp Mirtl: Pandemic Mitigation in the Digital Age - Digital Epidemiological Measures to Combat the Coronavirus Pandemic, AIES Studies, Nr. 12, März 2020

Securitization in the Black Sea Region

Alex Tanchev: Securitization in the Black Sea Region, AIES Studies, Nr. 11, März 2020

Colonial Cables

Stefanie Felsberger: Colonial Cables – The Politics of Surveillance in the Middle East and North Africa, AIES Studies 10, Feb 2020

Violent extremism in the Sahel

Matteo Ilardo: Violent extremism in the Sahel. Countering vulnerability to radical narratives: towards a more pragmatic approach, AIES Fokus 01/2020

Europe in the face of US-China rivalry

Edited by: Mario Esteban and Miguel Otero-Iglesias along with Una Aleksandra Bērziņa-Čerenkova, Alice Ekman, Lucrezia Poggetti, Björn Jerdén, John Seaman, Tim Summers and Justyna Szczudlik. European Think-tank Network on China (ETNC), January 2020.

EU-Trends in 2020

Velina Tchakarova, Sofia Maria Satanakis, Michael Zinkanell: EU-Trends in 2020, AIES Fokus 14/2019

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Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy

For over 20 years (est. 1996), the Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy (AIES) is researching on various issues regarding the European Union and the European Integration Process.

In doing so, the focus lies on European Security and Defence Policy with regards to the European Neighbourhood Policy, transatlantic relations as well as the Austrian Foreign-, European and Security Policy.

The AIES is not only doing research on these subject areas, but also provides demand-oriented analysis and recommendations for contract partners. It is also organizing internal workshops, training courses and public discussions. In the course of this interdisciplinary work the AIES team of experts is using a network of research, political, economic, social and military institutions, facilities of the civil society, the media as well as international organisations.

AIES Profile

The Future of the Transatlantic Relations, China Russia and Brexit

By Stanley Sloan, AIES Associate Fellow

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